Tj Maloney: Scouting for the Future of Lincolnshire Management

Lincolnshire Management is a premier private equity firm in New York City. For the past 33 years, the firm has harnessed the power of diversifying their investments. Their approach creates value in investing in various industries and developing successful niches. They currently manage over $1.7 billion of private equity. While their headquarters are in New York they also maintain an office in Chicago. They primarily focus on the acquisition of private companies, recapitalization, and much more. Their CEO Tj Maloney looks to grow the already successful firm by bringing in new talent.

New Additions

Matthew Nacier, a graduate from Boston College has joined the team. He will be joining the Lincolnshire team as a senior associate. He shares alumni with Tj Maloney, perhaps a personal selection from a great school.

Nicolas Vega Llosa is expected to join by the end of summer. With an MBA in finance from Columbia University, he is an eager addition to the team.

Yashna Ginodia will become an analyst for the firms deal execution department. She will also become apart of the diligence team and brings experience from New York University.

Georg Stolt-Nielsen brings the best of economics and physics. His education at Georgetown University gave him invaluable experience with predictive maritime software.

About Tj Maloney

 He holds a BA from Boston College and a JD from Fordham Law School. Since joining Lincolnshire Management in 1993 he has risen to become Chairman and CEO. He is actively involved in the company and works closely with portfolio companies. His time on the Investment Committee uses his eclectic experience. His time before joining was spent practicing merger, acquisition, and securities law. As the recipient of the Richard J. Bennett Memorial Award, he exemplifies strong leadership. The Fordham Law School gave the award in recognition of Tj Maloney’s unwavering moral standard. He has taught future generations as a guest lecturer at several universities. Most notably, he was former Chairman at the Boston College Wall Street Council.

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