CEO And Chairman Of Private Equity Firm Lincolnshire Management TJ Maloney

 Financial industry executive TJ Maloney joined the private investment company Lincolnshire Management in 1993 after having gained experience at a number of other businesses that were focused on mergers, acquisitions and securities law. He graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor’s degree, and from Fordham Law School, where he earned his J.D. degree, and he has been the guest lecturer on the subject of law and private equity at several universities around the country, including Columbia University.

Lincolnshire Management was founded in 1986 in New York City, and the business has a 33-year record of making investments through various companies and financial cycles. After TJ Maloney became its CEO and Chairman, his job responsibilities required him to be actively involved with the investment portfolios of the other companies that Lincolnshire has as clients. The entrepreneur is also a member of the board of organizations such as Wabash, Credential Services International and Polaris Pool Systems.

To honor his accomplishments as a business executive, Fordham Law School presented TJ Maloney with the Richard J. Bennett Memorial Award in 2007. The award was given to him as recognition for his exhibition of high moral standards in the corporate world. He has been the Chairman of the Boston College Wall Street Council, and has served on the Board of Trustees at both Boston College and Fordham University.

When Lincolnshire Management recently added four new team members to its group, TJ Maloney stated that these new additions reflect the strong commitment the company has to growing its staff with talented professionals who share its passion for the hands-on approach when it comes to investing. The new members are Matthew Nacier and Nicolas Vega Llona, who are Senior Associates, and Yashna Ginodia and Georg Stolt-Nielsen, who are Analysts. In his leisure time, TJ Maloney enjoys reading, swimming, golfing and having family time.

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Robert Redick Announces Retirement from the Law Firm Kisling, Nestico, & Redick

The law firm Kisling Nestico & Redick (KNR) recently announced that founding partner Robert Redick is set to retire. Robert plans on making Florida his new home where he plans on traveling and enjoying the sunshine. Mr. Redick has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the firm that is invaluable. Kisling Nestico & Redick considers his retirement a bittersweet moment. During his career, Robert was a mentor to a countless number of individuals.

Kisling Nestico & Redick was founded in 2005. The primary goal of the founders was to establish a firm that could help people get the best possible settlement. During his 13 year tenure, Robert fought tirelessly against insurance companies to hold them accountable. He also managed the firm’s financial operations and helped with other management duties. The firm started out with six people and now has about 170 at locations throughout Ohio. Mr. Redick says that he enjoyed the casework, but will miss the people the most.

Kisling Nestico & Redick is dedicated to helping the community. In recent years, the firm has raised over $375,000 to help the local community. In 2019, the firm created a campaign called KNR Cares About Kids. The campaign dedicates a year to supporting organizations that help children. This includes giving away 1,000 turkeys during Thanksgiving. The law firm has also pushed initiatives to help prevent accidents caused by texting while driving and not wearing helmets while riding a bike.

Childhood hunger is a major problem in the United States and Kisling Nestico & Redick believes that no child should suffer from hunger. The law firm also works hard to ensure that kids have adequate clothing. Unlike some companies, Kisling Nestico & Redick does not participate in long-distance philanthropy. The firm believes that true charity starts in the local area. Kisling Nestico & Redick recently took some disadvantaged kids on a $3,000 shopping spree at a local store. The firm truly believes in helping people in every way possible.