I strive to develop meaningful, trusting, personal and mutually beneficial relationships with our clients.
Curt is responsible for establishing and strengthening the firm’s relationships with financial sponsors. He has nearly 30 years of wide-ranging experience in investment banking, corporate finance and commercial lending. Curt has advised on mergers and acquisitions, on both the sell-side and buy-side, for large and mid-market U.S. and overseas public corporations, leading private equity firms and privately held businesses.
Curt has worked in a broad range of industries including distribution, commercial and industrial services, industrial products, transportation equipment, professional services and transportation and logistics.
Curt serves on the board of the New York Association for Corporate Growth.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Curt was Vice President in the business services investment banking practice of William Blair & Company.
Curt holds a Master of Business Administration from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College, where he graduated cum laude.
Lincoln International represents Milestone Partners in the sale of Precision Partners Holding Company to AK Steel Corporation
Lincoln International represents Svoboda Capital Partners in the sale of GPA Specialty Substrate Solutions to Fedrigoni S.p.A.
Lincoln International advised Impact Products on its sale to S.P. Richards
Lincoln International represents Industrial Opportunity Partners in the sale of Carlson Systems Holdings, Inc. to Tenex Capital Management
Lincoln International represents Graham Partners in the sale of National Diversified Sales to NORMA Group
Lincoln International represents AEA Investors in the sale of PPC Industries, Inc. to Kohlberg & Company
Lincoln International represents Mitsui USA in the sale of SunWize Technologies Inc. to SWT Acquisition Holding, LLC
Lincoln International represents Bradford Equities Management in the sale of Professional Plumbing Group to Dunes Point Capital