Private Debt Investor | Loan Note: Discipline holds amid deal boom

Feb 2022

Originally published by Private Debt Investor on February 24, 2022. 

Richard Olson, Managing Director at Lincoln’s Valuations and Opinions Group shares that oversupply of capital in private equity and private credit lead to significant M&A activity in 2021.

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  • Richard Olson, Managing Director at Lincoln's Valuations and Opinions Group shares insights into Q4 enterprise values and EBITDA multiples supporting high levels of M&A activity in 2021 with Private Debt Investor.

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