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management buy-innoun [C]

uk   us   ( abbreviation MBI)
FINANCE, WORKPLACE the ​situation in which a ​group of ​managers who do not ​work for a ​companybuy enough ​shares in it to be able to get ​control of it: A managementbuy-inteam often ​competes with other ​purchasers in the ​search for a suitable ​business.
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