2018 Record Results

We are pleased to share with you a snapshot of our 2018 results, which reflect another record year at Lincoln International.

While the numbers are one indicator of our continued growth, we are most proud of the work we did – and outcomes we achieved – on behalf of our valued clients. Through the feedback of more than 750 clients in 2018, we affirmed that the connections we create and leverage for clients, coupled with the perspective we deliver, make Lincoln truly special.

The year ahead promises to provide many occasions for continued partnership. We entered 2019 with a robust backlog and a keen focus on dynamics driving opportunities.

We look forward to connecting with you on topics that matter to your business and success.

Click here to view our 2018 highlights, or download the pdf.

View Recent Industry & Topical Perspectives:

 

200+

transactions worldwide

4th

consecutive year named as a best place to work

#3

<$1B sell-side mid-market advisor in the world

55%+

M&A transactions with strategic acquirers

>5,000

valuations annually

20%

increase in global M&A transactions

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