Building a Private Equity Firm CEO: TJ Maloney

The true gauge of success for individuals operating in investment funds is the accomplishments of the fund itself. In 1986 Lincolnshire Management was established to invest in companies that are considered in the middle market and help them to grow into larger entities. They have been very successful at this task while developing a network of resources to streamline the process of assisting the right companies in reaching their full potential. With every successful deal, they can reinforce their foundation of individuals with vast expertise that will propel the companies of the future.

Lincolnshire has well over $1.5 billion in private equity funds under management mainly operating out of their headquarters in New York. There’s also a regional location in Chicago allowing them to spearhead everything from corporate divestitures, to management buyouts. Over the last twenty-six years, many of these milestones have been reached by the same leadership.

The current CEO of Lincolnshire Management started with the company in 1993. He has played an intricate part in every action of the private equity firm, which can easily be shown as a catalyst to the long-standing success. He originally practiced securities, acquisition and merger law which he developed an immense understanding from his bachelor’s degree from Boston College; then also earning a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham Law School. TJ Maloney has also served on the Board of Trustees at Boston College and Fordham University and is the former chairman of the Boston College Wall Street Council. He has also served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the English Speaking Union of the United States and the Tilton School Board of Trustees. This prepared him for serving on over a dozen boards at Lincolnshire. Within their numerous transactions, they have worked with Credentials Services International, PADI, AMPORTS, Transcraft Corp., Kathryn Beich, Cybergenics Corp., Component InterTechnologies Inc., and Prince Sports.

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Recent Collections of Global Conflict, Power, and Territory

“Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions includes a collection of 17 case study essays that details certain countries that are undergoing territorial disagreements regarding constitutional engagement in a variety of contexts. This collection is relevant to many current conflicts all over the world, including those that are most well-known.

These case studies were released by George Anderson and Sujit Choudry. They have also released a companion policy paper under the same name that helps provide insight into constitutional design and territorial claims. They provide advice in this paper with hopes that it will be useful to the advisers involved in these conflicting situations.

Sujit Choudry is a Rhodes Scholar and also has law degrees from Oxford, Toronto, and Harvard. This constitutional lawyer is also Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, which supports constitution building by starting and leading networks of experts all over the globe to complete evidenced research projects about policy options for practitioners. Professor Choudry is also a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster and has advised on government and constitution building in many countries for a long time.

George Anderson has been a deputy minister for Canada and has also been a CEO of the Forum of Federations. He has consulted all over the globe, including being a member of the Sandby Team of Experts in the United Nations Department of Political Affairs and at the Centre for Democracy and Diversity at Queen’s University and lecturing in over 24 countries.

The original collection of essays is meant be to a realistic view on the policy recommendations involved in these complex territorial and constitutional cleavages. In the conclusion of this volume, the authors use information from the original conclusions of existing research in constitutional transitions and the like. These case studies are something every scholar of federalism, power-sharing, and devolution must read. They have a broad analysis that would be very important to advisers and consultants.

The “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” volume has been on sale on Amazon since May 9th and the companion policy paper can be downloaded at any time.

Find out more here http://constitutionaltransitions.com/director-sujit-choudhry/