Lindsay Goldberg, a private investment firm focused on partnering with families, founders and management teams, has promoted Vincent Ley and Ali Nensi to partner and Winnie Liu to principal.
Ley joined LG as an associate in 2010 before leaving to get his MBA from Stanford and returning as a vice president in 2014. Ley focuses on investment activities in industrial and services sectors. Nensi joined the firm in 2009 and similarly returned to a vice president position in 2013 following his time completing an MBA at The Wharton School. Nensi focuses on investment in healthcare industries. Liu joined Lindsay Goldberg in 2017 as a vice president after recieving an MBA from Harvard Business School.
“The promotion of these investment professionals demonstrates our focus on talent development, which will continue to be a critical component of our ability to deliver compelling returns to our investors,” commented Russell Triedman, managing partner.
“We pride ourselves in our team’s ability to establish, nurture and grow relationships with our family and founder-led business partners, which is a skill and quality that Vince, Ali and Winnie have developed and now exemplify,” said Michael Dees, Managing Partner.