Institutional Buyout

Institutional Buyout

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Institutional Buyout

Institutional Buyout definition:  An institutional buyout takes ownership of a company by outside institutional investors, such as private equity firms, venture capitalists, or ultra-high net worth investors.  The buyout is usually intended to be short-term in nature and profitable for the investor.  Typically the investor has a fondness or particular interest in restructuring businesses or discovering new ventures.

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