December 21, 2018
 
If there is one thing to say about Nicholas Assef is that he has been extremely successful in meeting his firm’s mission, which is to give the best investment advice and to make negotiations successful. As Lincoln Crowne’s Executive Director and Senior Analyst, Nick Assef uses all the skills he has developed throughout his long career. He has mastered many financial areas and he has completed a large number of complex transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and much more to make his clients very happy.

When Nicholas Assef made the decision to establish Lincoln Crowne and Company, he did so with the intention of setting himself up as an acknowledged leader for one of the most influential and important investment firms, primarily in the Australian and South East Asian markets, but everywhere else, as well. The arc of his 25-year career has featured a lot of extremely varied experience and he has been very successful. In that time, he has proven himself to be among of the most effective negotiators and investment advisors anywhere in the world, not just in his specialized market.
June 22, 2018
 
Nick Assef is very cognizant of the fact that clients don’t hire a firm like Lincoln Crowne so they can receive ordinary outcomes and receive basic services. They want advice and counsel that is something special. When he founded Lincoln Crowne & Company Pty. Limited, he did so because he wanted to provide clients with the best service possible. Now, his is a very important investment firm in the Australian and South East Asian markets.

Nicholas Assef is currently Lincoln Crowne’s Executive Director and Senior Analyst. In that position, he uses the skills he has developed through more than two decades’ experience in such diverse financial areas as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and much more to serve his clients and make them very happy. Throughout his long and varied career, Nick Assef has proven himself to be one of the most dynamic and persuasive mergers and acquisitions investment bankers to cover the Australian and South East Asian markets, as well as he rest of the world, having completed deals on five continents so far.