Jonathan F. Foster to Speak at Compensation Conference
Globe Newswire, January 22, 2013
Current Capital LLC (“Current Capital”), a private equity investment and portfolio company management firm focused on middle market and smaller companies in the industrials and services industries, announced that Jonathan F. Foster, Founder & Managing Director, will speak at the Corporate Board Member Compensation Committee Boot Camp at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove in Miami, Florida on January 24, 2013 hosted jointly by Corporate Board Member and Equilar. Mr. Foster will address compensation challenges public companies face with a focus on how to set short-term performance metrics that appropriately incentivize management teams.
Jonathan F. Foster is an experienced Director of both private and public companies. Among other Board seats and committee roles, he is Chairman of the Compensation Committee at Chemtura Corporation, a global manufacturer and marketer of specialty chemicals, agro chemicals, and pool, spa and home care products traded on the New York Stock Exchange and Chairman of the Compensation Committee at Contech Engineered Solutions, a private company that is a leading provider of site solution products and services for the civil engineering industry.
About Current Capital LLC:
Current Capital LLC (www.currentcap.com) is a private equity investment and portfolio company management firm comprised of operating executives and investment professionals that helps create value, primarily in middle market and smaller companies in the industrial and business services industries. The firm brings an integrated operating, finance and investment approach to two large sectors, industrials and services, where it has extensive experience, relationships and perspectives. In addition to its private equity business, Current Capital helps to manage portfolio companies and “orphan assets” for unnatural investors as well as provides related services such as serving on Boards of Directors and doing expert witness work in corporate litigation.