The Wall Street Journal | Midmarket Private-Equity Valuations Regained Ground in Third Quarter

Lincoln International’s Ron Kahn of the firm’s Valuations and Opinions Group speaks with The Wall Street Journal about trends in middle market private equity valuations in Q3 2020. View original post by The Wall Street Journal here.

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  • Lincoln International's Valuations and Opinions Group shares trends in middle market private equity valuations in Q3 2020 with The Wall Street Journal.

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