I foster relationships based on trust because it is the foundation that leads to the best results for my clients.
Katia provides mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services for private equity firms, privately-owned businesses and corporate clients in Lincoln’s Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) Group, with a focus on the digital marketing and gaming subsectors.
With more than five years of investing banking experience, Katia has a deep understanding of the TMT industry. She works closely with clients to assess their goals, enabling her to tailor her strategic advice to fit their needs.
Katia has spent her entire career at Lincoln, joining as an Analyst in 2017.
Katia has a Master of Science in banking, finance and insurance from the Paris Dauphine University and a bachelor’s degree in financial accounting and economics from the Bordeaux University.
Lincoln International advised management and Isatis Capital on their sale of a minority stake in Ekstend Group to Siparex Intermezzo and Smalt Capital
Lincoln International advised management, minority shareholders and Capital Croissance in its sale of Equativ to Bridgepoint Development Capital
Lincoln International advised founders, management and TF1 Group on the sale of Gamned! to HLD
Lincoln International has advised easylive.io on its sale to LiveU, a portfolio company of Carlyle
Lincoln International has advised founders, management and NextStage AM on the sale of Once For All to Fortius, a portfolio company of Warburg Pincus
Lincoln International is pleased to have advised Virtuos and its shareholders on their growth equity transaction with BPEA
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that TimeOne Group has been sold to Isoskèle
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that UX-Republic has been sold to Smile Group with the support of Keensight Capital and Eurazeo PME
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