Buy-in

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1.

Purchase of securities to replace those that have not been returned by a borrower.


2.

Purchase of shares in a company by managers who are not employed by it.


3.

The buying back by a company of its own shares.


4.

More generally, an agreement to support a decision.

Such agreements are frequently informal in nature, and in many situations 'buy-in' is expressed by actions consistent with buy-in, rather than being written or spoken expressly.


See also