|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2014 08:30 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GenNx360 Capital Partners, a leading New York-based private equity firm that invests in middle market industrial and business services companies, announced today the appointment of industry veteran, Glen Bushery, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer effective immediately.
Glen's public and private accounting experience spans almost 30 years. For the past decade, Glen served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer at Falconhead Capital, LLC, a lower middle-market private equity firm based in New York City, where he was responsible for administration, finance, compliance, and HR.
Prior to Falconhead, Glen served as Controller for Vestar Capital Partners, another New York City-based private equity firm, where he was responsible for the oversight of the financial reporting process and administrative functions of approximately 20 active entities, including Vestar's three private equity fund partnership entities totaling $4B under management. He was also assistant controller at the Blackstone Group. Prior to his private accounting experience, Glen held public accounting positions at both Raich Ende Malter Lerner & Co. and Horne Nadler & Co., both in New York.
"We are extremely pleased to welcome Glen to the GenNx360 executive team," said Lloyd Trotter, a Founder and Managing Partner at GenNx360. "He brings a wealth of financial and organizational experience and a strong background in private equity finance, which will provide significant benefits as we look to take our firm to the next level."
"I am excited for the opportunity to work with GenNx360 and its talented team of global operators and investment professionals," Glen said. "I'm here to help build the infrastructure needed to facilitate continued growth and value creation."
Glen holds a BBA in Accounting from Hofstra University.
About GenNx360 Capital Partners
GenNx360 Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on investing in industrial and business services companies in the middle market. It applies years of Fortune 50 operational and leadership experience to these investments to help drive growth and value creation. The firm primarily focuses on opportunities in the industrial machinery and components, oil and gas, logistics and supply chain management, agricultural, specialty chemicals, and aerospace sectors. GenNx360 was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in New York City, with additional offices in Seattle and Boston.
For more information about GenNx360, please visit: www.gennx360.com
For media inquiries about this press release, please contact:
GenNx360 Capital Partners
Carmen Rojas, Investor Relations Manager
Tel: +1 212.257.6772
Email: [email protected]
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