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Thomas Jay Maloney, or more commonly called TJ Maloney is the CEO of Lincolnshire Management, a private equity firm focused on control investments in growing middle market companies.
Lincolnshire separates itself with its "collaborative approach to private equity investment and draws on extensive investment experience through many cycles and in many industries."
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Maloney joined Lincolnshire in 1993. He came on board as a managing director and then went on to become the president and CEO in 1998. He has a notable background in finance and law.
He has been a part of several of Lincolnshire's major financial transactions including its significant work with PADI, AMPORTS, Transcraft Corp., Prince Sports, Cybergenics Corp., Credentials Services International, Component InterTechnologies Inc., and Kathryn Beich. Lincolnshire Management has grown extensively over the years as a major private equity firm.
Much of his time spent at Lincolnshire centers around improving the operations of its portfolio companies. He learned the value of operational expertise in middle market companies early on in his career. He also values the importance of collaboration and extensive research throughout the investing process.
Prior to his time at Lincolnshire, served as the interim CEO at Credentials Services International. He is also a well versed lawyer who practiced M&A and securities law in New York City for years. He was also the COO of TGB Corporations, an inter-dealer broker. 
He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Boston College and a former member of the Board of Trustees of Fordham University. Maloney has lectured extensively r at several universities including the Columbia University M.B.A. Program. Today, he is the Co-Chairman of the Boston College Wall Street Council.
Maloney is a graduate of Boston College (B.A. 1975) and Fordham Law School (J.D. 1979). He attended law school in hopes of working full time with his father in a family business. He practiced law with a few different law firms. He went on to become the co-founder and partner at Maloney, Mehlman, and Katz.
In addition, he is the 2007 recipient of the Richard J. Bennett Memorial Award, presented by Fordham Law School in recognition of corporate leaders with strong ethics and values.
All together, Maloney previously served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the English Speaking Union of the United States and the Board of Trustees of The Tilton School. He has served on 13 boards including Wabash, Credentials Services International, and Polaris Pool Systems.