Lincoln Asset Management Group

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Lincoln Asset Management Group

Note that the most recent archived information dates from December 2002.


Lincoln Vector Fund: "The Fund’s Principal, Christian Bailey, began work on advanced econometric models at the University of Oxford where he conducted research under Dr Robert Bacon, an advisor to the IMF and the World Bank. Bailey has traded macro instruments for over eight years, testing the models empirically and refining the strategy. Bailey is personally invested in Lincoln Vector Fund LP."



"In the Nov. 15, 2002, issue of HedgeWorld Daily News, Bailey was identified as the founder and chairman of a New York-based hedge fund called Lincoln Asset Management. On March 1, 2003, the Alternative Investment News reported that Lincoln Asset Management had an initial $100 million in commitments to underwrite a leveraged buyout fund to acquire defense and intelligence companies," according to, December 1, 2005.

"Lincoln appears to have maintained a business address at 1130 17th St. NW in Washington, and shared phone and fax numbers with Omnicept, a firm located at the time at 1432 T St. NW," wrote. "Omnicept described itself as an 'advanced information technology and systems design firm' and 'analytic and intelligence firm' comprising 'experts whose experience encompasses military intelligence, education and academia, big business, money managers, political activists, law enforcement, entrepreneurs, artists, and more.'"

Additionally, reported, "Paige Craig was listed at the same phone numbers as Omnicept's September 2003 point of contact for Internet solicitations for interns. He also represented Lincoln as vice president at the Iraq Coalition Provisional Authority's Nov. 19, 2003, Industry Day in Crystal City, Va. According to phone records, the T Street address was a residence with listings for Bailey and Craig."

Contact Information

Contact (cache file):
244 Fifth Avenue Suite M261
New York NY 10001
Phone: 646 825-8994


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