For the past 13 years Lincoln has been actively involved in establishing and raising finance for agriculture and mining projects, predominantly in West Africa and currently serves as an Executive Director of Ivory Coast based AIM-listed, Dekel Agri-Vision, with primary responsibilities for the corporate finance activities of the organisation (equity and debt capital raises), regulatory oversight, public and investor relations, and group strategy. Since being appointed to Dekel in 2013, he has led numerous debt and equity transactions with London, African and International government backed financial institutions. He also previously served as a Non-Executive director of London Standard listed, Tirupati Graphite plc, a fully integrated graphite production and technology company. Lincoln was a co-founder of AIM-listed Firering Strategic Minerals plc, a private Ivory Coast based lithium and tantalum mining exploration company: and the Royal Work Club Ltd, a private company operating high-end co-working, private office, and event space. Lincoln was a Senior Manager in the restructuring division of Deloitte Australia and London, with significant experience in operational and corporate restructuring.
Neil has been involved in the business of sport for over 20 years having worked for FIFA Film Management as the manager of the FIFA archive where helped produce, licence and distribute FIFA World Cup footage worldwide. He has been an FA registered football agent working at Elite Sports Management between 2015 and 2019. He has recently been involved in a number of large transactions in the world of football and golf, in his capacity as director Consulting Logistics Ltd. In addition to these roles, he has worked as a practice manager at 12 Grays Inn Square Chambers since 2012, a set of barristers of chambers with a focus on sport.
Since retiring from an 18 year playing career, Danny moved into elite football management in both the Premier League and League Two divisions, where he built up significant knowledge across the whole of the football industry value chain, from player recruitment, team building, management and the wider development of the football clubs where he worked. Fully qualified to coach in any FIFA registered country with UEFA A and B licence and the prestigious FA Coaching Diploma (UEFA Pro Licence) he has an in depth understanding of this important aspect of the football business. Following his career at player and management level, he moved into sports management where for the last three years he has worked at First Artist, one of the world’s leading sports and football management agencies, where he worked alongside Jon Smith, OBE. He plays a very active role within the League Managers Association, where he sits on the technical board. With an extensive network of contacts across the whole of the football industry, he will play a leading role in the commercial and business development of Dial Square.