Accuride supplies steel and aluminum wheels and wheel-end components for commercial vehicle OEM, fleet and aftermarket customers.
Tom Murphy co-founded Crestview in 2004. He is a partner and member of the Investment Committee. Tom is co-head of the industrial strategy and focuses on investment origination and investor relations.
Tom Murphy co-founded Crestview in 2004. He is a partner and a member of the Investment Committee. Tom is also co-head of Crestview's industrials strategy. He also leads Crestview’s relationships with many investors and industry leaders and focuses on transaction origination. Tom retired from Goldman Sachs in 2003 where he was the co-founder and head of the financial sponsors group. In addition to his investment banking activities, he worked with others to originate and/or manage several of Goldman Sachs’ direct private equity and mezzanine capital investments. Tom is currently a director of Accuride, ATC Drivetrain and JR Automation, and was previously a director of FBR & Co., Key Safety Systems, Stackpole International and Symbion, Inc. Tom has also served on a variety of other private and public companies and currently serves on the board of trustees of The Inner-City Scholarship Fund and the NYU Langone Medical Center. Tom received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an A.B. from Princeton University. While at Harvard, he co-founded the Massachusetts Bay Brewing Company.
ATC Drivetrain is a remanufacturer of transmissions, engines, advanced battery packs and related components for light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.
FBR provides investment banking, merger and acquisition advisory, institutional brokerage and research services. It focuses on the consumer, energy & natural resources, financial institutions, healthcare, industrials, insurance, real estate and TMT sectors.
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.
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.
Prior to its acquisition by Surgery Partners in November 2014, Symbion owned and operated a national network of short-stay surgical facilities across many specialties.