TJ Maloney is the chairman and CEO of Lincolnshire Management, a private equity firm based out of New York City that invests in lower middle-market companies across a wide array of industries. Founded in 1986, Lincolnshire takes a collaborative approach to private equity investment through extensive research and experience. Maloney joined Lincolnshire in 1993, has been on the investment committee, and is actively involved with its portfolio companies. Lincolnshire Management’s goal is to provide an operational focus that aims to find potential growth. The firm creates a tailored execution plan designed to implement projects and improve processes and systems. Image result for tj maloney lincolnshire
Prior to joining Lincolnshire, Maloney practiced merger, acquisition, and securities law in New York City. He is the former chairman of the Boston College Wall Street Council and has served on the Board of Trustees at Boston College and Fordham University. Maloney has lectured extensively on law and private equity and has been a guest lecturer at several universities, including Columbia University’s MBA Program.
In addition, Maloney is the 2007 recipient of the Richard J. Bennett Memorial Award, presented by Fordham Law School in recognition of corporate leaders with the highest moral standards. Maloney previously served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the English Speaking Union of the United States and the Board of Trustees of The Tilton School.
Maloney earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham Law School. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, golfing, swimming, and spending time with his family.
While at Lincolnshire, TJ Maloney has served on more than a dozen boards, including Wabash, Credentials Services International, and Polaris Pool Systems.
Lincolnshire Management has done a significant number of transactions including work with PADI, AMPORTS, Transcraft Corp., Prince Sports, Cybergenics Corp., Credentials Services International, Component InterTechnologies Inc., and Kathryn Beich.