Lincolnshire Management Bolsters Its Team With Four Key Position Hires

New York-based Lincolnshire Management has added some muscle to its team of financial all-stars with four new hires. A spokesman for the long-established private equity firm said it is bringing on Matthew Nacier and Nicolas Vega Llona as Senior Associates.

Mr. Nacier is the former U.S. Director for Iconic Holdings. He was instrumental in developing the first crypto index fund regulated in the EU. Mr. Llona holds an MBA in finance from Columbia University. He is the former Director of Business Development and Corporate Finance for Grupo Alese.

The other new team members are Yashna Ginodia and Georg Stolt-Nielsen. They will join Lincolnshire as analysts.

Lincolnshire Management is one of New York’s most venerable and respected private equity firms. It focuses on acquiring and/or investing in middle market companies across an array of industries. The company was recognized by Private Equity News as a “Top 10 Performer” in 2010. It’s establishment more than 30 years ago makes Lincolnshire among the most accomplished firms of its kind in the United States.

Tj Maloney is Lincolnshire CEO and Chairman. He said adding the talents and experience of Nacier, Llona, Ginodia and Stolt-Nielsen will bolster the hands-on investment approach upon which his firm has built its reputation. They will be an important adjutant for finding new investment opportunities and driving company growth.

Tj Maloney has been a steady hand for Lincolnshire Management since he was hired in 1993. He is a graduate of Boston College and earned his Juris Doctor at Fordham Law School. As an attorney, Tj Maloney practiced merger, acquisition and security law in New York for a number of years. Joining Lincolnshire in 1993 was a natural progression for his career. His deep skill set was a perfect match for the central goal and vision of Lincolnshire.

The company manages more than $1.7 billion in private equity capital. Tj Maloney said his firm likes to focus on companies that can be rejuvenated from stagnation or dissolution by new investment and the injection of upgraded management and technical expertise.

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