The economy has been in a constant state of change due to local and international events. Many company executives are dealing with prosperity along with growing debt during the various reporting quarters of the year. Lincolnshire provides assistance for thriving companies dealing with debt or restructuring issues. Business solutions are carefully put together under the watchful helm of TJ Maloney, who is the current Chairman and CEO of Lincolnshire Management, Inc. This private equity company is based in New York, NY and was founded in 1986. A business owner may want to create liquidity by reformatting their capital structure, and a loan solution is also available for these clients..
TJ Maloney joined Lincolnshire in 1993 and takes an active approach to handling all portfolio companies. A company that needs assistance with debt can receive funding from this private equity firm by allowing Lincolnshire to provide an exchange of equity stake for reducing the business debt. The main area of focus for eligible businesses are those located in the United States, Asia and Europe. The firm looks to hold acquired investments on average for about three to five years. The ideal firm will also have sales between $25 to $500 million. A prospective business can expect to receive from $5 to $100 million. A temporary business cash shortfall may be solved with a viable solution provided by Lincolnshire. Executives will strategically partner with Lincolnshire and TJ Maloney.
The top leadership at this private equity firm is guided by an industry knowledgeable executive. Mr. TJ Maloney has extensive experience working in the New York financial arena. He practiced merger, acquisition and securities law in New York before joining Lincolnshire. Mr. Maloney was also honored in 2007 with the Richard J. Bennett Memorial Award. This award was presented by Fordham Law School and recognizes corporate leaders that have demonstrated high moral standards. A business looking to transform their capital structure may find that they are offered reasonable terms.
Another way they helped people recently took place in Columbus. Kisling, Nestico & Redick sponsored a shopping spree for 12 children from low-income households. The shopping spree took place at a Meijer where the kids were able to load up on clothes and gear for summer. This law firm’s Brandy Gobrogge stated that they are doing something for kids every month of 2019 for their initiative KNR Cares About Kids.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Ohio helped Kisling, Nestico & Redick organize this event. President Abby Fisher of this organization said that it was great to give the kids a chance to be excited about getting things for summer they want and need. A representative for Kisling, Nestico & Redick stated the bill was $3,000.
They are also seeking to make roads safer across Ohio. They recently launched an initiative, Don’t Text and Drive, in which they asked for high schoolers to send them ideas on how to get drivers to stop texting. The best submission cam from Elianna Norin of Hudson. Her reward was a $5000 scholarship she will be using later this year at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
He is the brainchild behind the firm’s establishment, an idea he conceived about 10 years ago. With executive compensation consulting companies seeking independence from larger firms due to the rise of conflicts of interest on executive compensation, Mr. Jeremy saw an opportunity for using his law practice to bridge that gap.
The firm prides itself in their mode of operation which involves giving the client an insight on matters from various points of view; this then equips each client with the necessary information needed before making delicate business decisions. Mr. Jeremy not only believes in full-time dedication for success but also the management of time and prioritizing in business.
He also affirms the importance of networking in business. One of the ways he keeps his clients interested is following up on his clients even when there is no business on the table. This way the client feels a connection more than just business. Follow Goldstein on Twitter
He advises aggressiveness in business, a constant thirst for opportunity and seizing them when they come. Another way of remaining relevant in the business world is being up to date with developments.
The one-time partner at law firm Witchell, Lipton, Rosen & Kapz has a track record of successful major corporate transactions. He currently chairs the Merger & Acquisition Subcommittee of Executive Compensation Committee of American Bar association Business section.
His recent advisory on knockout options in compensations has proven an effective new stock option. Mr Jeremy remains one of the names to lookout for in Compensation Advisory.