I am inspired by the opportunity to form long-lasting relationships with clients while working together on complex and dynamic assignments.
Bryan is a senior member of Lincoln’s Private Funds Advisory Group. He advises sponsors across all segments of private markets on fundraising solutions, including primary fundraisings, general partner-led secondaries and single-asset raises.
Bryan has spent his entire career in private equity. His experience has given him intimate knowledge and a unique lens into both the investor and general partner sides of the private equity spectrum, enabling him to thoughtfully advise with all constituents in mind.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Bryan was a Director at Asante Capital where he originated and led North American fundraisings. Before joining Asante, Bryan was a Vice President at Pavilion Alternatives Group (now part of Mercer Private Markets) where he identified and evaluated private equity and co-investment opportunities on behalf of global institutional investors. Previously, Bryan was a Principal on the investment team at Altius Associates where he focused on private equity and real asset investments.
Bryan has a Bachelor of Science in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Richmond.
Recent Transactions with Private Equity Clients
Lincoln International advised Proclinic Group, a portfolio company of Miura Partners, on the acquisition of Meditrans
Lincoln International advised Pfingsten Partners on the sale of Full Spectrum Group to CBRE Group
Lincoln International advised Sentinel Capital Partners on the sale of Nekoosa to Appvion, a portfolio company of Wynnchurch Capital
Lincoln International advised Palisade Software, a portfolio company of Thompson Street Capital Partners, on the sale of TA Associates and combined with Lumivero
Lincoln International advised Pamlico Capital on a strategic investment in InRule
Lincoln International has advised Revenue Analytics on receiving a strategic growth investment from Lead Edge Capital
Lincoln International advised AURELIUS on its agreement to acquire three European paper mills from Sappi