Webinar | Software Financings and the Rise of the Non-Bank Lending Market

Apr 2021

On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, Lincoln International hosted a webinar to discuss the latest trends in software financings. With a shift in the market towards non-bank lenders, software businesses that typically trade on revenue multiples are becoming increasingly financeable. Our experts from Lincoln’s Capital Advisory and Mergers & Acquisitions Groups, in both the U.S. and Europe, share insights, including:

  • Proprietary insights from Lincoln’s Valuations Group
  • M&A market overview and the trends in technology, media and telecom driving software acquisitions
  • Comparisons between the U.S. & European lending market – who are the main players?
  • Key characteristics of software businesses sought by lenders, drawing from recent case studies

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