The Lincolnshire Management private equity firm was founded in 1986 and involves itself in investment in middle market firms. In the last three decades, the Lincolnshire Management company has invested heavily in a multitude of industries, making over 85 acquisitions. The management team uses a shared effort approach in making private equity investments, relying heavily on its experiences in the many industries.
Lincolnshire Management equity firms fund is over$1.7 billion under administration, and this figure also reflects the recent$835 million Lincolnshire IV equity fund. Previous funds II and III have ranked in the top quartile of overall private equity funds. The firm has its headquarters in New York, with a Chicago regional office.
The management structure of the firm has bold investment criteria, both defined by creativity and flexibility. The firm’s approach to investment transactions is structured to meet stakeholder requirements. Coupled with a broad investment portfolio, this provides room to manoeuvre and respond to challenges the industry experiences. The Lincolnshire Management team is always ready to avail resources for its projects financing success.
The firm seeks opportunities in profitable and growing industries, with an open-minded goal to invest in niche production, distribution channels, and service companies. The Lincolnshire Management teamlooks for certain prequalification before putting up the money. The management searches for characteristics of sound management, unique competitive advantages present, customer diversification, profitability margins and the opportunity for future growth in the industry
Earlier in 2013, Lincolnshire Management purchasedHolley from Monomoy Capital Partners. The auto part making company is based inBowling Green and runs an operation making and selling car parts under several brand names. The Lincolnshire Management team backed the initial purchase using theEquity IV Fund. Under the firm’s management, Holey completed an add-on deal, buying car parts dealer MSDP Group in 2015.
In 2018 Lincolnshire Management sold the Holley Performance Products Inc affiliate to Sentinel Capitals. Lincoln Management team looks to have almost tripled its initial investment in this transaction, although financial terms reached between the two private equity firms remain undisclosed. Sentinel will now combine Holley with other driven performance brands it has in its portfolio.