Lincoln International Brings Global Emphasis to Restaurant Investment Banking

Apr 2019

Consumer Group Director, Charles Walder, recently contributed his perspectives about Lincoln’s global connectedness for Restaurants Finance Monitor. He discusses the variety services Lincoln delivers in the restaurant sector including investment banking advisory services to clients from across the restaurant spectrum—franchisors, franchisees and independent chains – whether pursuing an acquisition, growth financing or resolution to a complex situation. With constant change in the sector, Charles conveys that dynamics of the sector make the “whole space an exciting place to be.”

View full article from the March issue of Restaurant Finance Monitor here.

Summary

  • With constant change in the restaurants sector, Lincoln International consumer experts convey that dynamics of the sector make the “whole space an exciting place to be.”

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