Lincolnshire Management Earns Considerable Profits From Sale of Companies

New York-based Lincolnshire Management is a leading investment firm managing $1.7 billion in private equity assets. Since 2016, the company earned sizable profits through the sale of National Pen, Fabbri Group, Holley Performance, and AMPORTS. In 1986, Thomas J. Maloney found Lincolnshire in New York, NY and expanded to locations in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Chicago. With the knowledge and managerial skills of the team of managers, they gained companies and turned them into profitable and structural enterprises. After four to five years of the companies’ portfolio oversight, the firm made strategic decisions to sell acquisitions for capital and investment gain.

 

 

The end of December 2016, Lincolnshire Management sold National Pen to Cimpress N.V. for a $218 million. The firm agreed at closing to give Cimpress 100 percent of the company’s outstanding equity interest. Before selling the business, Lincolnshire’s managers positioned the company to long-term growth and product expansion. In October 2017, the managing firm sold Italian Fabbri Group, a provider of machines used to produce wrappings for fresh food products in the packaging industry. Argos Soditic gained Fabbri for an undisclosed amount.

Lincolnshire Management Earns Considerable Profits From Sale of Companies

 

Lincolnshire Management sold two companies in 2018, AMPORTS and Holley Performance Products. The managing team helped the company increase its earning by 100 percent and volumes by 20 percent. They expanded AMPORTS presence in the United States. Holley Performance is a company founded in 1903 serving the automotive market. The partnership between the firm and company began in 2013 to create a strategy and push growth through new product development investments.

 

 

Within five years, Holley Performance revenue tripled and earnings quadrupled. Lincolnshire Management was fortunate to triple its invested funds after the sale of Holley. The company built a variety of brands including Edge, Mallory, Quick Fuel Technologies, MSD, Hooker, and others. Lincolnshire announced the sale of the business to Sentinel Capital Partners’ affiliate in a press release on the firm’s website, in October. The sale estimation of all four companies to reach nearly $1 billion over a time from 2016 to 2018.