Robert Satow

Managing Director
New York Mergers & Acquisitions Automotive & Truck +1 (212) 277-8102
We provide deep industry knowledge, a thoughtful approach on how to position a business, and leverage our extensive relationships in the industry to create value for our clients.

Robert spearheads Lincoln’s mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services for global automotive and truck businesses. He has over 25 years of extensive corporate finance experience advising public and private companies and family-owned businesses on M&A, public company takeover transactions, initial public offerings and restructurings.

Robert brings a thorough understanding of the automotive industry to his clients. He helps his clients seize M&A opportunities arising as technology impacts the industry creating new market entrants, and causing consolidation and repositioning of existing business models. Robert also has significant experience advising automotive suppliers on cross-border M&A to achieve global expansion.

Prior to joining Lincoln, Robert worked for Close Brothers Corporate Finance, where he headed the firm’s advanced manufacturing industry group. Previously, Robert worked for Hill Samuel & Co. and KPMG.

Robert earned a Bachelor of Science at Bristol University. He is a qualified Associate Chartered Accountant.

Perspectives featuring Robert Satow

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

Bright Road Ahead for Investors in the Automotive Aftermarket

As Americans keep close tabs on their budgets and have more time on their hands while at home, the thought of personally performing maintenance and repairs, such as changing a… Read More

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