Lincoln International expands its Automotive & Truck Group and hires Joerg Brunner as a Director

By on April 12, 2019

Lincoln International, a leading global mid-market investment bank, announced today that it has strengthened its global Automotive & Truck Group with the addition of Joerg Brunner as a Director in its Frankfurt office.

Joerg Brunner brings extensive experience in investment banking and responsibility for cross-border automotive transactions to his role at Lincoln International. For about ten years, Mr. Brunner has been focusing on automotive M&A advising corporates (international automotive suppliers), financial investors as well as family owned businesses and entrepreneurs. In addition, Mr. Brunner has deep expertise in special situations, including restructurings, insolvency proceedings as well as international corporate carve-outs in the automotive supplier industry.

Before joining Lincoln International, Mr. Brunner spent two and a half years at Raymond James Investment Banking, one of the leading US and European mid-market investment banks, as Senior Vice President jointly responsible for the automotive M&A activities in Europe. Prior to that, Mr. Brunner spent seven years at Mummert & Company, an independent M&A advisory firm, jointly building up the automotive practice in Germany.

Patrick von Herz, Co-head of Lincoln’s global Automotive & Truck Group commented: “We are thrilled to add Joerg Brunner to our dedicated European Automotive & Truck Team in Frankfurt. He brings a great deal of experience and automotive perspective to the firm.”

The Lincoln International Global Automotive & Truck Group has been built over the last 12 years into one of the pre-eminent mid-cap M&A automotive sector franchises. Since 2010, this group has advised on more than 100 successful automotive M&A transactions globally.


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