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AcronymDefinition
MBOManagement By Objectives
MBOManagement Buy-Out
MBOMiddelbaar Beroepsonderwijs
MBOMillion Barrels of Oil
MBOMamburao, Philippines (Airport Code)
MBOThousand Barrels of Oil
MBOManagement and Budget Office
MBOMost Benevolent Outcome
MBOMarket-Based Organization
MBOMarathon.bungie.org
MBOManaged Business Outcomes (Melbourne, Australia)
MBOMotor Burn Out
MBOMachine Builder of Oppenweiler (German company that builds mostly buckle folders and knife folders)
MBOMolecularly Bound Oxygen
MBOMajor Business Objective
MBOMinority Business Owner
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So far, 19 ministries have joined the MBO programme.
The sale was also the first time I was able to reflect on all we have achieved over the 10 years since the MBO.
The MBO has acceptances for just over one-third of the shares from large institutional shareholders and board members.
The February 2001 flood occurred during the establishment of detailed transects to monitor the accumulation of MBO at selected sites.
In most MBOs we've dealt with, the employees seem very enthusiastic," says MKS Partners CEO Nobuo Matsuki, citing a radical shift in the way MEOs are perceived in Japan.
This is the one step of MBO that is solely determined by the owners.
One or more participants in the planning process may view an MBO plan as something that will be done regardless of what happens.
Our initiation into the MBO process started with a review of the hospital's mission statement and objectives, which were posted in the laboratory for everyone to read.
It is testament to the commerciality, innovation and tenacity of Welsh business, aided by a high quality professional and advisory community in Wales, that throughout the period 2007 to 2014, Wales consistently punched above its weight in the MBO arena.
As the leading mid-market private equity firm, LDC has a proven track record of identifying and delivering MBO transactions.
The structure of the MBO, led by managing director Elaine Siew and development director David Acklam, comprises 100 per cent of the operational and consultancy businesses, together with 25 per cent of the investments.