I am a rigorous advocate for my clients with a hands-on, communicative approach, focused on delivering intense advocacy and outlier results.
Sean is co-head of Lincoln’s Industrials and Energy, Power & Infrastructure Groups and leads the firm’s initiatives in these areas. With approximately 25 years at Lincoln, he has significant experience advising companies serving the energy, power and industrial technology markets.
Sean has an in-depth understanding of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) economics, focusing on market leaders in growth industries and selling high-quality businesses for premium valuations. He has worked on more than 100 transactions for Fortune 500, private equity and leading private company clients and advised niche engineered product companies on numerous cross-border transactions. As one of Lincoln’s most tenured employees, Sean has been instrumental in the firm’s domestic and international growth initiatives.
Sean has spent his entire career at Lincoln, joining shortly after the firm’s founding as the sixth employee.
Sean earned a Bachelor of Science (with honors) from the College of Commerce and Business Administration at the University of Illinois and St. Andrews University in Scotland.
Lincoln International advised Mill Point Capital on the sale of Spire Power Solutions to ERMCO
Lincoln International advised MacLean Power on receiving a majority equity investment from Centerbridge Partners
Lincoln International has advised The Jordan Company on the sale of Watchfire to H.I.G. Capital
Lincoln International advised Tampa Armature Works on its sale to Integrated Power Services, a portfolio company of Searchlight Capital Partners
Lincoln International advised ION Solar in receiving strategic investment from Greenbelt Capital Partners with Trilantic Energy Partners, Blackstone Credit and Energy Impact Partners
Lincoln International advised Blue Sea Capital on the sale of Resa Power to Investcorp
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Tempel Steel Company has been sold to Worthington Industries, Inc. (NYSE:WOR)
Perspectives featuring Sean Bennis
Lending Opportunities Abound for PE Investments in Digital Infrastructure
COVID-19 flipped the script on infrastructure investments. Lockdowns and travel restrictions have proven certain traditional infrastructure assets, like airports and public transportation hubs, are not always as low-risk an investment… Read More
Long-Term Trends Underpinning Utility Services M&A
Investor interest in utility services will remain high given the numerous attractive tailwinds that underpin the sector’s resiliency and growth potential. For telecom, power, gas and water/wastewater, regulatory and public… Read More
Data Center Download: Accelerating Growth, Record Interest in the Space and Transformational Opportunities
Our world has become more reliant than ever on data. As technological innovation stretches from the smartphones in our pockets to wearables, self-driving cars, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, Industry 4.0… Read More
Industrial Technology Leaders are Likely Buyers for First Wave of Post-Pandemic Industrials M&A
The COVID-19 pandemic has already brought significant changes to the deal-making landscape. While regular-way deal activity has ground to a halt, strategic Industrial Technology buyers largely remain “open” and accessible.… Read More
News & Media featuring Sean Bennis
Lincoln International adds John McClure as Managing Director
Lincoln International, a leading global investment banking advisory firm, is pleased to announce the addition of John McClure as a Managing Director in the firm’s automotive and truck sector, a… Read More
Meet our Senior Team in Energy, Power & Infrastructure and Industrials
I focus on creating value and establishing long-term relationships with my clients.
Building long-term relationships is key for me personally – I want to be the advisor of trust for my clients.
Dr. Michael Drill
Managing Director | CEO Germany | Chairman of the Management BoardFrankfurt