Roy has over forty years of business experience – encompassing corporate financial management, business consulting, entrepreneurship, education, investment banking and mergers/acquisitions.
His major corporate accomplishments include implementing company-wide capital appropriation and financial planning systems, along with shareholder value-based performance measurements, acquisition and internal investment valuations, and debt/equity financings, at Pitney Bowes.
Prior to this company, he held financial positions at General Foods, W. R. Grace, and Hertz Rent-a-Car. Roy was a founding shareholder, board member and financial advisor for a medical device company from 1988 through 2001. He raised capital for the initial transaction (a buyout) and assisted in the subsequent valuation and sale of the company. From 1993 through 2008, he was a partner with Vanguard Partners, a management consulting firm that he co-founded. He also co-founded another consulting firm, Corporate Strategy Inc., in the mid-1980s.
His consulting work has been broad-based and includes strategy development, financial planning and analysis, business and financial performance metrics, cost management and financial modeling.
His accomplishments have been featured in CFO magazine. He has written several articles and a book, Shareholder Value – A Business Experience, which was published in October 2001. He was also a contributing author to The Valuation Handbook, a 2010 publication.
Most recently, he has been involved in investment banking and financial advisory work, leading clients through the process of raising capital and buying/selling businesses. He has also been engaged in business analysis and valuations.
Roy earned his Bachelor of Arts at Upsala College, and his Master of Business Administration at Rutgers University.
Currently living in Old Lyme, Connecticut with his wife, Marie, Roy has two grown daughters.
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