I develop long-lasting relationships with our clients that are rooted in trust and transparency.
Allison establishes and strengthens the firm’s relationships with financial sponsors. She supports their business objectives by providing them access to new investment opportunities or assisting with selling or refinancing their existing portfolio companies.
Allison also has significant experience providing mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services to private equity firms, public and privately held companies across the healthcare spectrum.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Allison spent five years as an Associate in KPMG’s Transaction Services Practice where she provided financial due diligence support to private equity and corporate clients.
Allison earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics and a Bachelor of Business Administration in accountancy from the University of Notre Dame. She also holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Lincoln International advised The Anderson Group on its sale of Parkview Health Services to Flexpoint Ford
Lincoln International advised Lab Logistics, a portfolio company of Atlantic Street Capital, on receiving a minority investment from Linden Capital Partners
Lincoln International advised Altaris Capital Partners and HealthTronics Surgical Services in receiving strategic advisory services
Lincoln International has advised Compass Group Equity Partners on the sale of The Allied Group to Lab Logistics, a portfolio company of Atlantic Street Capital
Lincoln International advised InnovaTel Telepsychiatry on its sale to Quartet Health, backed by Oak HC/FT, Google Ventures and Deerfield Management
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Endoscopy Development Company has been sold to Healthcare Components Group, a portfolio Company of RoundTable Healthcare Partners
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that it has advised the founding shareholders in the merger of Leavitt Partners with Health Management Associates (HMA)
Lincoln International advised New Harbor Capital on the sale of Wedgewood Pharmacy to Partners Group
Perspectives featuring Allison Marvel
What’s Old is New Again: Value-Based Care Delivery in the Home
In 1930, physicians visiting patients in their residences represented 40 percent of all encounters. 20 years later this figure had fallen dramatically to just one visit in 10. By the… Read More
In a Post-COVID Climate, Home is Where the Care Is
The 65-and-older population has ballooned by over a third (34.2% or 13,787,044) during the past decade, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. With a growing pool of older Americans, investors… Read More