They'll have to--several times--if he gets the nomination.
In 1992, Bain Capital acquired American Pad & Paper, or Ampad, from Mead Corp., embarking on a ”roll-up strategy” in which a firm buys up similar companies in the same industry in order to expand revenues and cut costs....
(The product has been crappy ever since, by the way. I know, because I use a lot of Ampad's stuff.)
Anyhoo, Ampad then purchased a number of like firms, but eventually went BK, but not before spending a lot of money on...............Romney and Bain Capital.
The "management fees" and "transaction fees" are cute ways of saying "rape/robbery". Ampad actually HAD management in place. Had the management of Mead/Ampad been so inclined, they could have--on their own--embarked on exactly the same acquisition spree that Bain did.
What is even more interesting is that Romney/Bain also funded Staples. Staples' buying leverage eventually dragged Ampad's margins into the no-longer-sufficient category, which caused Ampad's bankruptcy.
While it's licit to refer to all this as "just business," that's not how it plays out to normal people. To normal people, it looks like looting. And it was.