The Nicholas Assef Style of Negotiation

June 16, 2016
 
Over the course of his long quarter-century career, Nicholas Assef has proven himself to be one of the most dynamic and persuasive mergers and acquisitions investment bankers in the Australian and South East Asian markets. As a negotiator, he is described as tenacious, and he strives to use innovative thinking, such as basing his investment strategies on "game theory." By employing such independent thought, he is able to provide every client with clear independent advice and counsel.
 
The approach taken by Nicholas Assef, who is the founder of Lincoln Crowne & Company Pty. Limited, is based on a tremendous amount of experience over 25 years in various financial disciplines, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and many others. Over that time period, he has built up an extensive body of work experience, in the corporate world, the legal profession and even in the academic field.
 
He studied at Harvard Business School, the University of Rochester, Bond University Law School and the University of Technology Sydney, which gave him an extensive business and legal education. He was also a corporate attorney with Allen, Allen & Hemsley in Sydney. It is this wide range of experiences that gives him the tools to be a good negotiator.