Accuride supplies steel and aluminum wheels and wheel-end components for commercial vehicle OEM, fleet and aftermarket customers.
Alex Rose is a partner and member of the Investment Committee. He is also the co-head of Crestview's industrials strategy.
Alex Rose joined Crestview full time in July 2006 and is a partner of the firm and a member of the Investment Committee. He is also the co-head of Crestview's industrials strategy. Prior to Crestview, Alex was a business development associate at General Electric Company, where he evaluated and executed acquisitions for the Specialty Materials and Infrastructure divisions. Before joining General Electric, Alex was an investment banking analyst in the Mergers & Strategic Advisory group at Goldman Sachs, where he completed a range of financing and M&A assignments for companies in the industrial and consumer products sectors. Alex is currently a director of Accuride Corporation and JR Automation, and was previously a director of Martin Currie, Stackpole International and Key Safety Systems. Alex also serves on the board of CUCS. Alex received an M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an A.B., cum laude, in government from Harvard College.
JR provides customers with automated manufacturing solutions that solve key operational and productivity challenges. From front-end concept design to development and after-installation support, JR seamlessly integrates the necessary hardware and software.
Key Safety Systems is a leading global automotive safety supplier, including airbags, seatbelts, steering wheels and active safety accident avoidance technology.
Martin Currie is a specialist active equity manager. It manages assets for financial institutions, charities, foundations, pensions, trusts, banking and insurance companies, family offices and offshore funds. It was acquired by Legg Mason in October 2014.
Stackpole International is a leading global manufacturer of highly engineered transmission and engine oil pumps and powder metal components primarily for automotive powertrain platforms. The company was acquired by Johnson Electric in October 2015.