New York private equity firm Blue Wolf hires John Boncher as strategic advisor
New York-based private equity firm Blue Wolf Capital Partners has appointed former Cupertino Electric CEO John Boncher as a strategic advisor.
Boncher left Cupertino Electric, the North American electrical engineering and construction firm in May 2018.
Before becoming CEO of Cupertino Electric, Boncher served in a number of roles during his nearly thirty-year tenure at the company, including COO, branch manager for San Jose and San Francisco, and project manager.
Earlier in his career, Boncher worked for Bank of America.
Adam Blumenthal, managing partner of Blue Wolf, said: “We are excited to welcome John to our team and believe people like him are what differentiate Blue Wolf – we have a number of accomplished leaders as advisors who help our portfolio companies grow and succeed. John’s extensive experience driving strategic growth will be invaluable to the firm as we continue to expand our industrial & engineering services portfolio and solidify our relationships across the sector.”
Blue Wolf Capital Partners is a private equity firm that specializes in investments in middle market companies. Founded in 2005, Blue Wolf manages more than $1.2 billion in capital.
In January this year, Blue Wolf announced that Glenn Cummins had joined the firm as Chief Operating Officer. Cummins previously served as co-chief operating officer, chief financial officer, and chief compliance officer of Star America Infrastructure Partners, a private equity fund specializing in large scale infrastructure investing.
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