Jonathan F. Foster to Speak at Shareholder Relations Conference
Globe Newswire, June 10, 2013
Current Capital LLC (“Current Capital”), a private equity investing and management services firm focused on middle market and smaller companies in the industrial and services industries, announced that Jonathan F. Foster, Founder & Managing Director, will speak at the “Board – Shareholder Forum: Relations & Expectations” hosted by Corporate Board Member at the New York Stock Exchange in New York City on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. Mr. Foster will share his thoughts on the evolving landscape for communication between directors and investors.
Jonathan F. Foster is an experienced Director of both private and public companies. Among other Board seats, he is a Director of 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 a Director of Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of automotive seating systems and electrical power management systems designed, engineered and manufactured by some 113,000 employees at more than 200 facilities in 36 countries also traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
About Current Capital LLC: Current Capital LLC is a private equity investing and management services firm founded in 2008 by former Fortune 500 executives and investment professionals. The firm’s private equity investing business helps create value, primarily in middle market and smaller companies in the industrial and services industries, with an integrated operating, finance and investment approach. Its primary focus is on control investments. However, it will make minority investments where it has significant influence. Current Capital’s management services effort manages investments, serves on Boards of Directors and does related consulting for other investors and financial institutions and also provides expert witness services in complex corporate litigation.
Please visit http://www.currentcap.com for more information.