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Lindsay Ting Selected as a Rising Star Dealmaker on The Wall Street Journal’s ‘Women to Watch in Private Equity’ List

Trilantic North America, a leading private equity firm, congratulates Managing Director Lindsay Ting for being selected as a rising star dealmaker on The Wall Street Journal’s ‘Women to Watch in Private Equity’ list. The list highlights the achievements of female dealmakers, fundraising professionals and limited partners across the private equity and venture capital industries.

Since joining the firm in 2019, Lindsay has been an integral member of Trilantic North America’s deal team and has championed the firm’s recent achievements in the consumer sector. In 2021, these include the majority sale of Kodiak Cakes to L Catterton and a new funding commitment for Sunrise Strategic Partners, an accelerator for emerging brands in the healthy, active and sustainable living space. Through her efficient project management and strong interpersonal skills, Lindsay has helped lead colleagues, portfolio companies, advisors and service providers through key transaction milestones from initial discussions to deal closing.

“I am honored to have been selected for the Wall Street Journal’s ‘Women to Watch in Private Equity’ list,” said Ms. Ting. “Being recognized as a rising star dealmaker reaffirms my commitment to helping advance diversification in the private equity industry and drive forward the growth of our firm and portfolio companies. I would like to thank my colleagues at Trilantic North America for their continued support and congratulate the fellow women featured on this list.”

Oct 20, 2021

Awarded in September 2021 by the Wall Street Journal, based on submissions through August 2021. Women to Watch every year celebrates female senior dealmakers, rising stars and limited partners that stand out in the private-equity industry. There are categories for senior dealmaker (Partner, MD, Director), rising star dealmaker (Principal, VP) and LP/fundraising professional. Each firm was allowed to submit one nominee per category per firm, and the application detailed why the nominee deserved to be recognized as a Woman to Watch based on recent achievements, participation in firmwide initiatives and overall contribution to the firm and industry. No was compensation provided in connection with applying or receiving this award.