I am motivated to produce tangible outcomes not just for clients and investors, but also for the benefit of patients and families receiving critical and often life-sustaining healthcare services.
Allison provides mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory to clients across the healthcare spectrum. Her experience includes buy-side and sell-side transactions and domestic and cross-border advisory for private equity firms and public and privately held companies.
Allison applies deep healthcare knowledge to help her clients capitalize on strategic M&A opportunities in the ever-changing healthcare landscape. She fosters relationships between buyers and sellers to achieve rewarding outcomes for both parties.
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 is pleased to announce that Asteelflash Group has been sold to Universal Scientific Industrial Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of ASE Technology Holding Co., Ltd.
Lincoln International advises New Harbor Capital on the sale of Wedgewood Pharmacy to Partners Group
Lincoln International advised The FSB Companies LLC on the sale of Pinnacle Medical Solutions LLC to AdaptHealth Corp.
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that AmeriBest Home Care, a portfolio company of Boyne Capital, has been sold to TEAM Services Group, a portfolio company of Alpine Investors
Lincoln International represents Path-Tec, a portfolio company of Fulcrum Equity Partners, in its sale to Lab Logistics, a portfolio company of Atlantic Street Capital
Lincoln International advised Advanced Instruments on a distribution agreement for GloCyte
Lincoln International represents Kremer Eye Center, a portfolio holding of Charlesbank Capital Partners, in a sale transaction to Omni Eye Services, a portfolio holding of New MainStream Capital
Perspectives by Allison Marvel
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