Adopting Alternative Strategies – How Partnering Expertise Can Help

Company leaders around the globe are facing uncertain business conditions, including geopolitical tensions, inflation, continuing supply chain problems and raw materials shortages. Economies are only just beginning to recover from… Read More

Let’s Stay Together: Why PE Firms Are Committing to the Long-Haul Via Continuation Funds

Throughout the past several years continuation funds have grown in popularity for allowing private equity firms to extend their investment time horizons. In an industry known for extracting value during… Read More

Banking on Beauty: Q&A with Lincoln Director Ashleigh Barker

Lincoln International recently welcomed Ashleigh Barker to the firm as a Director in the Consumer Group. Ashleigh comes to Lincoln with extensive experience advising beauty and personal care clients on… Read More

Looking to Europe for Insight on the Increasing Criticality of ESG in Investing

As enthusiasm for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investment continues to rise, businesses and institutional investors are shifting focus to maximize the impact of purpose-driven investments and take advantage of… Read More

Material Handling Automation: Investment Opportunities for 2022 and Beyond

Catalyzed by substantial e-commerce growth and more and larger fulfillment and distribution centers being built around the globe, 2021 brought increased investor interest in the material handling automation sector. A… Read More

M&A Trends in Japan: Q&A with Director Kenji Uemura

Lincoln International recently welcomed Kenji Uemura, a Tokyo-based Director, to the firm. With unique experience heading the India-Japan mergers and acquisitions (M&A) business in Mumbai and his extensive work in… Read More

European Lending Markets: Navigating Debt Financing in Uncertain Times

As geopolitical tensions evolve, global inflation rises and companies cope with worldwide supply issues, many businesses are assessing their strategies for accessing debt financing in today’s market. In a recent… Read More

Five Ways ESG Will Alter PE-Backed Dealmaking in the Next Five Years

Under the pressure of the global pandemic, the push from shareholder to stakeholder capitalism crystalized. Company scrutiny came not only from traditional institutional investors like insurers, pensions and endowments —… Read More

Business Leaders Adjust Investment Strategy in Light of CO2 Emissions Standards

As governments and company stakeholders continue to increase their focus on reducing emissions, the shift from fossil fuels to green energy is shaking up almost every sector—resulting in energy efficiency… Read More

Q&A with Lincoln’s Financial Institutions Group Leaders

Lincoln International recently announced the addition of three new Managing Directors, Jay Bliley in New York and Antoine Dupont-Madinier and Max Cornu-Thenard in London, to strengthen and expand the firm’s… Read More

Private Equity Pursues Investments in Engineering and Manufacturing Software Sector

Engineering, simulation and manufacturing software is in high demand as companies across industries shift toward digitizing processes. From the early stages of product design and simulation to manufacturing and usage… Read More

UK Dealmaking Outlook: Six Trends Underpinning M&A in 2022

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity reached an all-time high in 2021, eclipsing prior records by $1 trillion. This was fueled by an abundance of investment capital, revamped corporate strategies and… Read More

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