Bernhard Aigner

Frankfurt Capital Advisory +49 69 97105-474
I am striving to collaborate closely with my clients to achieve tailormade, best-in-class solutions to help them meet their strategic objectives and be well prepared for a dynamic industry environment.

Bernhard is a Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group. He advises corporate and private equity clients on raising financing for various occasions, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), dividend recapitalizations and refinancings.

Bernhard has more than a decade of experience in corporate and financial sponsor driven acquisition financings. He successfully structured and executed a wide range of financing transactions across different sectors and business models for large, mid-sized and privately owned companies as well as private equity clients.

Prior to joining Lincoln, Bernhard was a Director at HSBC Germany’s leveraged and acquisition finance team. Previously, he worked in UniCredit’s investment banking division focused on leveraged finance, corporate structured finance and loan syndications.

Bernhard earned a Master of Business Administration from Vienna University of Economics and Business.

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