Johannes Bräutigam joins the firm in Frankfurt

Lincoln International, a global investment banking advisory firm focused on the mid-market, announced today that it has added further expertise and experience to its global Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) practice with the hiring of Johannes Bräutigam.

Johannes joins the firm as a Managing Director in the Frankfurt office with responsibility for driving continued growth for Lincoln’s TMT group in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He is the latest Managing Director hire for the global TMT team, which now includes 14 Managing Directors.

Before joining Lincoln International, Johannes provided mergers and acquisitions advisory at ProsiebenSat1, a German MDAX listed media house. While there, he led the external expansion in Digital Entertainment, Content Production and Broadcasting and closed 9 successful transactions. Prior to that, he spent 12 years at UBS in both London and Frankfurt, where he focused on TMT and earlier in his career, worked in corporate development for Yahoo in the U.S. Over his career he has closed more than 60 transactions and has also led multiple successful IPOs.

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