Key Safety Systems is a leading global automotive safety supplier, including airbags, seatbelts, steering wheels and active safety accident avoidance technology.
Alex Binderow is a partner and a leader on the financial services team. He specializes in asset and wealth management investments and also focuses on Crestview's investment in NYDJ Apparel.
Alex Binderow joined Crestview in 2005 and is a partner of the firm. He is a leader on the financial services team and specializes in asset and wealth management investments. Prior to Crestview, Alex worked at Bear, Stearns & Co. in the company’s leveraged finance group on a range of assignments including leveraged buyouts, strategic re-financings and M&A financings across various industries. Alex is currently a director of Victory Capital, NYDJ Apparel and Protect My Car. He was also involved with Munder Capital Management, Martin Currie, Key Safety Systems and ValueOptions. Alex received a B.B.A., with high distinction, from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. At Emory, Alex played on the varsity golf team for four years.
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.
Munder is an investment advisory firm offering actively managed investment products to institutional and retail clients. It offers a broad array of equity, fixed income and balanced investment disciplines and was acquired by Victory Capital in October 2014.
NYDJ offers denim and related apparel products targeted to the 35+ year old female demographic with average sizes of 8 to 16. The company was the first to bring "shapewear" to jeans on a large scale.
Protect My Car is a vertically integrated seller and administrator of vehicle service contracts and maintenance products that protect used vehicle owners against unexpected costs of servicing, repairs and replacement.
Prior to the acquisition by Beacon Health in December 2014, ValueOptions was the nation's third largest managed behavioral healthcare services company. It designed and operated behavioral healthcare services, including mental health and substance abuse.
Victory Capital is an investment management firm operating a next-generation, integrated multi-boutique business model with $63.6 billion in assets under management as of September 30, 2018. Victory Capital serves both institutional and retail investors.