CEO TJ Maloney And Lincolnshire Management’s New Members Are Helping The Firm To Grow

Lincolnshire Management seems to excel strongly as a private equity firm, and its area of specialization is acquiring small companies that are often private. Funding shareholders is also something that this firm is involved in, along with management buyouts, mergers and helping debt stricken companies with restructuring efforts. James Tozer was needed to take over Lincolnshire after its original founder, Frank Wright, passed. Wright’s launching of the firm was in 1986, which was a full seven years before the talented and dedicated TJ Maloney found his way to the organization. After Maloney joined up, there soon was a great amount of growth observed by this company, and TJ is quite deserving of some credit for this, as his leadership during that time was definitely stellar.

It wasn’t until 1993, though, when TJ Maloney entered Lincolnshire Management’s chief executive officer position, but he seemed quite ready. Maloney was equally ready to assume chairman responsibilities when it soon became required of him. His previous financial, professional and educational experiences have certainly helped Maloney enter the Lincolnshire organization as a strongly prepared member. After earning a law degree, which came from Fordham University, TJ found his way in the New York City financial realm, with securities law and acquisitions both becoming second nature the Mr. Maloney. In addition to enjoying some guest speaking appearances, Maloney was also generous enough to help Fordham Law School build a wonderful library named after him thanks to a $5 million donation.

TJ Maloney and his leadership strategies clearly seem to be working for Lincolnshire Management, as this equity firm is now valued around $1.7 billion, and its representation is quite strong not only in the United States, but also in Asian and European regions. Bringing into the firm individuals like Nicolas Vega Llona, George Stolt-Nielsen, Yashna Ginodia and Matthew Nacier was a great recent move. In 2010 and 2011, TJ Maloney’s Lincolnshire Management was recognized and praised by two prominent finance publications. The first was Private Equity News, and the second was CNN Money. Hopefully, these new four Lincolnshire members will be able to excel alongside Maloney.

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Sujit Choudhry – Helping Mobilize Comparative Law Based Knowledge Globally

Sujit Choudhry is the name to reckon with in the field of law and is considered an international authority on the subject of comparative law. With close to three decades of experience in law, and having law degrees from the three most reputed law schools globally, namely Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford University, the thoughts and knowledge of Sujit Choudhry are used as reference world over.

In a recent interview with the CEOCFO Magazine, conducted by Lynn Fosse, Senior Editor of the magazine, Sujit Choudhry mentioned how and why he came up with the idea of forming Center of Constitution Transitions. He believes that stagnant knowledge is not useful, and thus, the building of a global organization would help in not only generating but mobilizing the knowledge world over. The Center for Constitution Transitions is regularly engaged in discussions and study regarding the comparative law, and the results are then mobilized to various learning centers across the world.  For the full interview, click on

Sujit Choudhry mentioned in the interview that as an immigrant of parents, who were both professors, he traveled to many different countries and studied at many different premium institutions. It helped him gain the knowledge about the political, social, and legal structure of different countries very carefully. It is what helped him lean towards focusing more on the comparative law.

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Sujit Choudhry has done his studies in law from some of the top universities globally, including the Harvard School of Law, Oxford Law School, and the Toronto University. Sujit Choudhry has also written many books throughout his career, which includes The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, Constitutional Making, and The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution. See  He is the member of the reputed International Society of Public Law and is on the editorial board of the internationally recognized Constitutional Court Review. Sujit Choudhry is also researching on many different legal research projects in partnership with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.  Read blogs, visit Sujits page.

Sujit Choudhry presently serves as the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at Berkeley and has previously acted as a law Professor in the New York Law School as well. He is also the consulting member at the World Bank Institute.  With reference from