An Overview of the Lincoln Middle Market Index
The Lincoln Middle Market Index is a first-of its kind quarterly index that tracks the enterprise value of more than 1,300 privately held, mid-market portfolio companies for approximately 100 sponsors and lenders.
In this interview with Bloomberg TV, Ron Kahn, Managing Director and Head of Valuations and Debt Advisory Groups, covers private company performance, enterprise values and the LMMI.
- Quarterly index provides a unique measurement of changes in enterprise value of private middle market companies.
- Provides a key benchmarking tool for private equity sponsors and institutional investors.
- The Lincoln MMI shows high correlation to public U.S. stock markets but less volatility.
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