Lincoln International adds Julian Moore as Managing Director in London
Lincoln International, a global investment banking advisory firm, is pleased to announce that Julian Moore has joined as a Managing Director in the firm’s Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) Group in London.
Julian brings more than two decades of TMT investment banking expertise to the firm with a focus on business-to-business (B2B) data and analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), software and technology-enabled services and content. He will provide mergers and acquisitions advisory services to private equity firms, founders and public corporations in the B2B technology industry. Julian’s expertise and reputation for building partnerships with clients in the space supports the continued expansion of Lincoln’s TMT offering across Europe.
“Technology continues to impact every sector of the economy and is driving rapid change through innovations like AI and automation,” Chris Brooks, Managing Director and co-head of Lincoln’s European TMT Group, commented. “Nowhere are we expecting these trends to be more impactful than in the data and analytics space, and we are excited to have Julian joining us to build out our capability and deal flow globally.”
Matthieu Rosset, Managing Director and co-head of Lincoln’s European TMT Group, added, “We are finding that corporates and investors are particularly drawn to this sector in current markets given the inherent resiliency and growth of data-based businesses across a number of industry verticals where Julian has strong experience, including legal and intellectual property, research, pharma and financial services.”
Prior to joining Lincoln, Julian was a Managing Director in the B2B technology team at Houlihan Lokey. Previously, he was a Managing Director at Quayle Munro where he originated and executed transactions across data and analytics for technology clients.
“I am excited to be joining Lincoln at a time when interest in the TMT sector is greater than ever and all companies and industries need to continue to transform digitally,” Julian commented. “It is imperative that companies invest and capitalize on their data across their business and markets and take advantage of rapidly advancing technologies such as generative AI and automation. I look forward to contributing my expertise in these areas to continue to drive Lincoln’s momentum in the technology sector globally.”
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