Driving Growth With Investment Banking Advisory For Venture Capital

Our global relationships, industry insights and global reach are combined to provide venture capitalists and their portfolio companies with an unobstructed view of strategic and financing opportunities.

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Connecting Clients to Opportunities

We understand the value of being opportunistic. That’s why we stay on top of trends, evaluate the market and balance near- and long-term goals when providing investment banking advisory for our venture capital clients. Whether a client is intrigued by early stage growth companies, accessing global buyers or finding the perfect complement to an existing portfolio company, we excel at bringing less obvious and highly strategic opportunities to the fore and then thoughtfully executing to bring the ideas to life.

Perspectives

Webinar | Software and the Rise of ARR-based Financings

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, Lincoln International hosted experts from the firm’s U.S. and European Capital Advisory, Valuations and M&A Groups for a webinar to discuss the latest trends in… Read More

Debtwire | ARR-based financing uptake challenges lenders’ cashflow orthodoxy – Mid-Market Chatter

Originally published by Debtwire on March 3, 2022.  Xenia Sarri, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Debt Advisory Group, discusses how last few years have seen increased prevalence in ARR-based lending across… Read More

Debtwire | Private Credit to Keep up Frenzied Pace in 2022, but Macro Pressures Cloud Long-Term Picture

Originally published by Debtwire on December 31, 2021. Ron Kahn, Managing Director and head of Lincoln’s Valuations & Opinions Group, discusses the impact of rising interest rates on lenders and borrowers… Read More

The Nordic Private Debt Landscape: Strong Growth Projections for Year Ahead

The Nordic region has bounced back stronger than its European counterparts following the COVID-19 pandemic. The gross domestic product (GDP) has largely recovered from a less significant pandemic downturn, whereas… Read More

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