Joe Robinson

Joe Robinson

Director
Chicago Mergers & Acquisitions Industrials +1 (312) 506-2792
I am inspired by entrepreneurs, management teams and investors who create successful and sustainable businesses. It is a privilege to help them achieve their goals.

Joe provides mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services to clients across diversified industrial sectors. He has advised on transactions for leading private equity groups, public companies and family-owned businesses.

Joe has in-depth knowledge of the business drivers impacting industrial clients. Paradigm shifts in global demand and advances in technology have created a myriad of opportunities for innovation in the mid-market. Joe is keenly focused on providing solutions to those investors and entrepreneurs.

Joe currently serves as Impact Council Co-Chair for A Better Chicago.

Prior to joining Lincoln, Joe was a vice president in the industrials group at Houlihan Lokey and an associate with William Blair.

Joe earned a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Princeton University.

Perspectives featuring Joe Robinson

Capital Requirements Drive Seismic Shifts in Auto Competitive Landscape

From the boardrooms of auto original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers around the globe, the geographic landscape of the automotive industry is being continuously reshaped. Archnemeses are forming unlikely alliances.… Read More

2020 Building Products Perspectives and Trends

Due to COVID-19, Lincoln International and L.E.K. Consulting had to cancel the annual Building & Infrastructure Conference for 2020. Our hope is that we can host you again in the… Read More

As the Auto Industry Navigates the Pandemic, How Quickly will M&A Rev Up?

The automotive industry is once again showing its resilience as it navigates the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. Second quarter earnings from the publicly traded automotive supplier set were generally… Read More

What is the New Normal? A Closer Look at Automotive Demand & Supply Chain Impact

In April, U.S. light vehicle sales fell almost 50% year on year and resulted in a seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR) of just 8.6m – significantly lower than any other… Read More

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