T.j. Maloney has been the CEO of Lincolnshire Management, since 1993. He is on the Investment Committee while being actively involved with portfolio companies. Tj. Maloney had practiced merger, acquisition, and securities law in New York City. As the former Chairman of the Boston College Wall Street Council, having served on the Board Of Trustees at Boston College, and Fordham University as well. Tj Maloney has been a guest lecturer at the Columbia University MBA Program. He has also received the Richard J. Bennet Memorial award, presented by Fordham Law School. Tj Maloney has a B.A. from Boston College and a Law degree from Fordham Law School.
The Lincolnshire Management team is made up of four new additions such as Matthew Nacier, as a senior associate, and Nicolas Vega Llona as a senior associate, Two other recent additions are Yashna Ginodla and George Stolt-Nielsen as analysts. The purpose of Lincolnshire Management as a firm is to fund shareholders exiting or reducing the stakes in their business. Companies face difficulties in reducing their debt but Lincolnshire Management can help. Lincolnshire Management is an investment firm that primarily invests in companies based in North America with a focus on the United States, Asia, and Europe. The firm invests between $5 million and $100 million in companies with sales of $25 million and $500 million. The business value needs to be $50 million and $750 million, with an operating cash flow of $5 million and $50 million.
Tj Maloney runs a company that prefers to hold investments for three to five years, having been founded in 1986, is based in New York, New York, with additional offices in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and Chicago, Illinois. The firm focuses on control investments in growing companies that are found in the middle market. Lincolnshire has $1.7 billion of private equity funds under management including the recent $835 million Lincolnshire Equity Fund IV, Tj Maloney is the CEO and Michael J. Lyons is President.
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