I am passionate about delivering outlier outcomes for my clients while providing honest, direct and thoughtful advice throughout the sale process.
Brian provides mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services to clients in the technology, media and telecom (TMT) industry. He has experience advising on and executing both sell-side and buy-side transactions for leading private equity groups, public companies and privately held companies.
Brian has worked with companies across industries including TMT, business services, consumer and industrials. His industry expertise enables him to generate superior outcomes for his clients.
Brian has spent the majority of his professional career at Lincoln, joining the firm as an Analyst. Prior to joining Lincoln, he worked as an Analyst at M&T Bank in its M&A and corporate finance group.
Brian earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Dickinson College.
Lincoln International advised Tailwind Capital on the sale of ArrowStream to Buyers Edge Platform, a portfolio company of Bregal Sagemount
Lincoln International has advised Perforce Software, a portfolio company of Francisco Partners and Clearlake Capital, on its acquisition of Puppet
Lincoln International has advised InfoDesk on its sale to Cuadrilla Capital
Lincoln International is pleased to have advised Agilence, Inc. on its sale to Cuadrilla Capital
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Magnitude Software, a portfolio company of 3i, has agreed to be sold to insightsoftware
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Whistle Sports, Inc. (Team Whistle) has been sold to Eleven Sports, an Aser Ventures company
Lincoln International advised K1 Investment Management on the sale of FMG Suite to Aurora Capital Partners
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Foundation Source has been acquired by Incline Equity Partners, a Pittsburgh-based private equity firm
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