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Mr. T.J Maloney Adds a New Team to Lincolnshire Management Firm

Lincolnshire Management is a private equity firm, which helps in the growth of middle market companies. Started 33 years ago, the company has its headquarters in New York. Through the leadership of Maloney, Lincolnshire Management has helped many companies acquire prestigious status, thanks to the firms qualified and committed team. In the team is Mr. TJ Maloney, who brings in vast experience and skills to the firm.

Mr. Maloney has been the company’s leader for over two decades. His experience in firms and companies like Transcraft Corporation has contributed in his day of day running of Lincolnshire Management Company in a significant way. The firm has enjoyed progress and expansion, thanks to the able leadership of Mr. Maloney.

Recently, the firm saw the need to add new members to its team. This was after a close and careful examination of the firm’s future prospects. The need for analysts saw Yashna Ginodia and Georg Stolt-Nielsen join the firm’s team whereas Matthew Nacier and Nicolas Vega Llona came in as senior associates. This was proof that the firm was growing and a stronger task force was needed.

Mr. TJ Maloney was excited to announce the new members, promising more and better services to Lincolnshire Management clients who were increasing in number each day. Mr. Maloney added that the team would ensure that new ventures were conquered and hence, more investments would be made.

Lincolnshire Management has made history over the years it has operated under TJ Maloney by investing in prestigious firms. Some of these firms include Allison Marine, Latite, Dalbo Holdings, Inc., among many others. The firms that have trusted Lincolnshire team have enjoyed exceptional growth and recognition as well.

Though busy with developing and growing Lincolnshire further, Mr. TJ Maloney always creates time for himself away from work. He ensures that he has time with his family and engages himself with the outside world by reading and traveling vastly. T.J Maloney adds that what the clients are getting from Lincolnshire Management is just but a foretaste of what is to be tabled in the near future. T.J Maloney is BA holder from Boston College and a Law graduate from the prestigious Fordham law school.

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In The Life of Alastair Borthwick

 Undiscovered Scotland takes a look into the life of Alastair Borthwick, a distinguished author, broadcaster, journalist, and war historian. He was born on February 17, 1913 in Rutherglen. Although Borthwick lived out most of his life in Glasgow, he lived briefly in Islay and London. At the age 16, he became a copy taker for the Glasgow Herald. He then went on to become an editor for some of the Herald’s featured pages

During his time as a journalist, Borthwick reflected on the working class of Glasgow and Clydebank. This could be said to be the most enjoyable and memorable times of his career as a journalist. While still working for the Glasgow Herald, Borthwick became involved in the paper’s “Open Air’ page. It was then that he became involved in Glasgow’s beautiful nature scene. In the time he spent mountaineering, he recollected how the working class retreated to the hills of the Highlands on weekends to live carefree lives. Borthwick briefly worked for the Daily Mirror in London, however, the lifestyle did not suit him, so he moved back to Glasgow to work as a radio broadcaster.

Borthwick is highly acclaimed for what is considered to be two of the greatest novels written in history of his field. One of Borthwick’s most notable works, “Always A Little Further,” is a compilation of works he had written during his time working for the Glasgow Herald. Ironically, the publishing of the book was met with resistance by the publisher; however, it was the insistence of director T.S. Eliot that the book be published. Borthwick’s second novel, “Sans Peur” came to life when he was asked to write about the battalion that he was commissioned into during the advent of the Second World War. He reflected on the journey of the battalion as they went through enemy territories. Borthwick was a hero in his own way and is still remembered for his broadcasting talent, depictions of the war, literary works, and his mountaineering memoirs.