The lifestyle brand, Holley Performance, leaves from the ownership of Lincolnshire’s equity team.
The transaction promises to lighten the load—and the responsibilities of the private equity firm. Lincolnshire Management has a diverse portfolio of better performing assets to concern itself with. Holley’s sale was completed by Sentinel Capital Partners. Sentinel brings Holley’s performance manufacturing into its own group of companies.
Holley will merge into Sentinel’s own Driven Performance brand, but the details of how were kept secret.
Both, Holley and Driven Performance, manufacture aftermarket parts for the auto industry. Brands like NOS and Racepak are a few labels that come to mind. They come from the web of companies listed under Holley Performance. Its exhausts, sensors and dash parts are now controlled as the innovations of Sentinel Capital Partners.
The Difference in Private Equity
Though Holley Performance generates its own revenue, its privatization keeps it from being sold as a stock. Lincolnshire Management works in private equity as a way of doing safe business. Public markets don’t affect private brands, and this works as a source of protection.
Private companies don’t have to face the major risks of the stock market either. Their market valuations aren’t in the hands of public sentiment. Retail and institutional investors are the clients of private equity firms like Lincolnshire Management. These clients seek funding, acquisitions, capital expansions and diversity.
A Look at the Services
The daily services of Lincolnshire Management give it 1.7-billion dollars under yearly management. You can find Lincolnshire Management with these services:
- Recapitalization: Transforming the capital structure of a business requires a financial overhaul. Recapitalization balances the current debt of a company and reduces its deficits.
- Management Buyouts: When managers and executives work to gain a majority share, through a small or large business, it’s called a management buyout.
- Corporate Divestitures: Here’s a form of restructuring that rids a business of poor-performing assets. This is essentially what happened through the sale of Holley Performance.
- Growth Equity: Growth capital gives businesses the money they need for investments and for completing expensive transactions.
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