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Gain Insight into the Middle Market
As a global middle market investment bank, we focus on the segment that powers the global economy: the mid-market. Our first-of-its-kind quarterly index tracks the enterprise value of more than 1,300 privately held, mid-market portfolio companies for approximately 100 sponsors and lenders. New for this quarter, the index also includes equity values of mid-market companies.
- A unique measurement of changes in enterprise value of private mid-market companies
- A key benchmarking tool for private equity sponsors and institutional investors
- Six key industry indices: Business Services, Consumer, Energy, Healthcare, Industrials and Technology
- Shows high correlation to public U.S. stock markets but less volatility
The Lincoln MMI provide clients with unique access to information for measuring and benchmarking the performance of their companies and portfolios against several key indicators.Explore the Lincoln Middle Market Index
The Stork Delivers: Opportunities Abound in Fertility Market
It is becoming increasingly common for couples to marry and have children later in life. In the U.K., the median age of mothers having their first child in 1999 was 26; today it is 29. In the U.S., 20 percent of women have their first child after age 35.
However, about one-third of couples over age 35 in the U.S. experience fertility issues. Women often struggle to start their families as older age decreases a woman’s chance of naturally conceiving a baby. Age also impacts men as conception becomes more difficult later in life, even though many men remain fertile until age 60. Fertility is impacted by certain medications, causing problems with sexual intercourse and the production of healthy sperm—issues which are more common in older men.Continue Reading Lincoln's Perspective
Tying the Knot: auto suppliers should follow the OEMs’ example and partner up to meet industry demands
The auto industry continues to undergo radical transformation as the impact of electrification, autonomous driving and ride sharing gains pace. To address these new technologies, players in the auto industry—both at the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and supplier level—need to meet unprecedented high capital requirements.
This is occurring as the near-term outlook for production volumes and sales is hazy with uncertainty. The Chinese market, so frequently the driver of global growth, is down a dizzying 12.1% year-to-date. The U.S. is past its peak of production and we are uncertain as to how deep the next downturn could be. In addition to concerns about cycle, the likelihood of recession in the U.S. appears to be rising, growth in Europe is anemic, with recent U.S.-China trade war escalations beginning to boil over to impact other players on the global stage.Click Here to Continue Reading Lincoln's Perspective
Better Together: Forging Partnerships to Achieve Business Goals (Part 2)
Marc van Grondelle and Emma Blackley of Lincoln’s global Joint Ventures & Partnering practice unpack why JVs and partnerships are so often overlooked and how to execute them without mishap. Why is […]
Distribution Quarterly Review Q3 2019
While current M&A activity remains high relative to historical levels, a confluence of factors impacting the distribution sector has led to a slight decline in transaction volume year-over-year.
EMS Quarterly Review Q3 2019
A major trend that we are witnessing across the electronics space and certainly for EMS providers is the ongoing Electronics Supercycle, which is driving demand for electronics content.
Auto Parts E-commerce Continuing to Hit on all Cylinders
Merger and acquisition activity within the auto aftermarket continues to showcase robust growth driven by strong industry fundamentals. The U.S. light vehicles in operation and miles driven continue to increase across an […]
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Our advisory services support organizations when selling or buying a business, securing financing solutions, establishing joint ventures and partnerships, valuing their organization or portfolio, or navigating special situations.
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that it has represented Individual FoodService, a portfolio company of Sole Source Capital, in its announced sale to Kelso & Company
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Numet Machining Techniques Inc. has been sold to Bromford Industries, a portfolio company of Liberty Hall Capital Partners
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that CoreMedia AG, a German software company, has been sold to OpenGate Capital
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that the Greytip Software raised growth capital from Info Edge (India) Limited and MegaDelta Capital