Apr, 2008 - Matt Anderson and Caleb Clark are promoted to Vice President
Matthew Anderson and Caleb Clark have been promoted to Vice Presidents. Matthew is in Windjammer's Newport Beach, CA office and Caleb is located in Windjammer's Waltham, MA office.
Matt Anderson joined Windjammer in October, 2005 out of General Electric's Corporate Finance Group and earned his M.B.A at the University of Southern California. At Windjammer, Matt is responsible for sourcing and evaluating potential investment opportunities, performing due diligence, and participating in the structuring, negotiation, and closing of portfolio investments. He also assists in the management of existing investments, such as Automatic Bar Controls, Inc and was of significant assistance in the closing of Windjammer's recent investment in BBB Industries, a leading supplier of remanufactured and new starters and alternators for the automotive, light truck, and heavy-duty vehicle aftermarket. Matt is based in Newport Beach, California.
Caleb Clark joined Windjammer in June, 2006, after receiving his M.B.A. from Columbia Business School. Prior to business school, Caleb worked as an Associate at San Francisco-based private equity firm Genstar Capital and as an investment banking analyst in the Global Aerospace and Transportation group at Deutsche Banc Alex Brown. Caleb received his BA from Middlebury College where he majored in political science and economics. At Windjammer, Caleb is responsible for sourcing and evaluating potential investment opportunities, performing due diligence and participating in the structuring, negotiation and closing of portfolio investments. He also assists in the management of existing investments and played an important role in the closing of Windjammer's recent investment in Rotex, Inc., a leading global provider of screening and separation equipment. Caleb is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Windjammer Capital Investors, with offices in Newport Beach, California and Waltham, Massachusetts, is a national private investment firm that makes control and non-control investments in leading middle market businesses in partnership with management. Founded in 1990, WCI manages institutional funds totaling over $1.2 billion of capital and is currently investing its latest fund of $575 million which it raised in 2006. In its history, WCI has closed on portfolio company investments with an aggregate value exceeding $7 billion.