Acquiring a company inevitably involves opportunities and risks - and there may be different opinions when making important decisions. When investor and management team jointly own a company, interests of both parties are aligned and conflicts of interest reduced.
Halder generally acquires a majority stake in a company and expects its management team to put up part of the capital. The sum invested by managers becoming first time shareholders, generally corresponds to one to two annual net salaries. Halder's investment managers and advisory board members as well as members of a portfolio companies' supervisory board also become shareholders in the business. As a result, all parties involved in the MBO over the long term become owners and work together to create value.