Livermore Partners

July 20, 2016 13:44 ET

Hedge Fund Livermore Partners Adds to Its Advisory Board; Names Rob Wildeboer of Martinrea International

NORTHBROOK, ILLINOIS--(Marketwired - July 20, 2016) - Mr. Wildeboer is the Executive Chairman of the Board at Martinrea International, a leading global auto parts manufacturer located in Canada with more than $3 billion in annual revenues. Additionally, Mr. Wildeboer serves as counsel to Wildeboer Dellelce LLP, a law firm specializing in corporate, securities and tax law, which he co-founded in 1993.

Mr. Wildeboer has extensive experience in the areas of corporate and securities law and has participated in a broad range of securities and related transactions, including public and private financings for both start-ups and mature companies, mergers and acquisitions, take-over bids, proxy fights and defenses thereto, and derivative products transactions.

Mr. Wildeboer holds a B.A. degree from the University of Guelph, an LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School, an MBA degree from the Schulich School of Business, York University and an LL.M. from Harvard University.

"Rob provides Livermore Partners with great expertise in the area of global industrial manufacturing as well as a strong legal mind. Rob is an entrepreneurial force. I have great respect for his leadership skills as I've watched him grow Martinrea into a global auto parts leader. His macro views and deep industry knowledge will help advise us as we seek and explore new opportunities," said David Neuhauser, Managing Director and Founder of Livermore Partners.

About Livermore Partners:

Livermore Partners is an alternative asset investment manager servicing high-net worth individuals, institutional investors, and private-equity sponsors based in Northbrook, Illinois. Our focus is Energy, Industrials, and Financials. We invest using a deep-value opportunistic approach and work diligently to help extract value in portfolio companies.

For more information, please visit: www.livermorepartners.com.

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