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Real Industry is a public company seeking TO ACQUIRE well managed and consistently profitable businesses as well as growth opportunities for its existing operations.

 

Our management and staff are seasoned professionals with extensive experience in acquiring, building, and managing successful businesses. Our expertise crosses numerous industries in both the public and private sectors. An involved Board of Directors provides meaningful oversight and guidance for the businesses.

Real Industry has significant capital resources and also maintains substantial federal net operating loss tax carry forwards. Our platform is unique and offers structural advantages to the companies under management. We also can offer considerations that are not available with many of our competitors.

Kyle Ross , , , President, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Investment Officer

Mr. Ross has served as the Executive Vice President and Assistant Secretary of Real Industry since June 2010 and as the Chief Financial Officer of Signature since March 2011. Mr. Ross was part of the management team that sponsored the Company’s predecessor entity, Fremont General Corporation’s (“Fremont”) reorganization process in bankruptcy. Prior to participating in the Fremont bankruptcy, Mr. Ross was a cofounder of Signature Capital Partners, LLC, a special situations investment firm formed in 2004. Mr. Ross was directly involved in all of Signature Capital’s investment activities, including structuring, underwriting, overseeing portfolio companies, and managing the exit of investments. Mr. Ross previously spent over four years with the investment banking firm Murphy Noell Capital where he was directly involved in more than 20 transactions, including both healthy and distressed mergers and acquisitions, capital raises, and debt restructurings. He was also responsible for managing the firm’s analyst and associate staff. Mr. Ross holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Haas School of Business and the College of Letters and Science, respectively, at the University of California, Berkeley.

John Miller , , , Executive Vice President, Operations

Mr. Miller serves as Executive Vice President, Operations. He joined Real Industry in April, 2015 after serving 28 years at 3M, the majority of which was spent in 3M’s industrial businesses. Mr. Miller was the global technical director for the Industrial Adhesives & Tapes Division, 3M’s largest business unit, and was responsible for leveraging the innovation capabilities of 3M to drive profitable sales growth through new product development and commercialization on a global basis. His organization was also responsible for driving growth through direct customer interactions via technical sales and technical service support; for expanding the division’s global technical footprint and fostering local country innovation; and for working with acquisition targets through due diligence and integration. Mr. Miller also provided leadership for several laboratories that were part of businesses acquired by the division.

Among his other roles, Mr. Miller served as the global technical director for 3M’s Office Supplies Division (the home of Post-It® Notes) and was a Design for Six Sigma Master Black Belt as part of 3M’s Six Sigma initiative, which focuses on a set of techniques and tools for process improvement.

Mr. Miller holds bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and in Chemistry from the University of Minnesota, as well as a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering with a specialization in polymer science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Real Industry, Inc. is seeking to invest its capital in large, well-managed and consistently profitable businesses concentrated primarily in the United States industrial and commercial marketplace.

 

General Investment Criteria

  • Business consistently producing pre-tax income of $25–$75 million
  • Sustainable competitive advantage that can be maintained long-term
  • Proven management teams with the ability to operate with relative autonomy
  • Industry agnostic

Structure

  • Real Industry must own 80.1% or more of a business
  • Flexible approach with seller on deal consideration, including potentially using Real Industry common stock

Target Situations

  • High-margin businesses with low ongoing capital expenditure needs
  • Businesses with modest to low growth; consistency is more important
  • Industries or sectors where Real Industry can serve as a platform for growth via additional acquisitions/consolidation
  • Legacy private equity or hedge fund holding seeking an exit
  • Family businesses
  • Companies with limited or declining tax deductions
  • Carve-outs of non-core divisions of larger enterprises

Real Industry has substantial Federal NOLs that were predominately amassed from the legacy business of Fremont General and do not begin to expire until 2027. These NOLs may provide benefits to the Company as well as the businesses that are acquired. Management is focused to ensure the NOLs are preserved and available in future periods.

 

General characteristics

  • Real Industry has no Section 382 limitation on annual usage of its Federal NOLs
  • There are no restrictions with regard to line of business
  • Real Industry has bylaws in place that prohibit stockholders from accumulating more than a 5% interest, without Company approval
  • Real Industry has the ability to issue a substantial number of additional shares without jeopardizing NOLs
  • The Company may use rights offerings to raise capital from existing stockholders to minimize any potential ownership shift issues

When selecting a firm to sell a company to or partner with, the right fit is important. Pricing is a key element in the decision process but other factors must be considered. Real Industry offers many unique and positive attributes that improve the probability that the transaction will close as scheduled with positive long-term benefits.

 

Real Industry offers:

  • Permanent capital
  • Ability to close quickly
  • Our structure can help propel a good management team/company to industry leadership
  • Our investment horizon is long term
  • Holding company structure allows operating management autonomy
  • Public vehicle provides access to capital/liquidity for sellers and management teams
  • Stockholder aligned Board of Directors focused on stock price appreciation

Real Industry has strong corporate governance guidelines, including those set forth in the Company's Committee Charters and Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Officers. More detailed information about these documents and the Company's Code of Conduct can be viewed by clicking on the Governance Documents on the navigation section on the top of this page.

Real Industry’s hotline for treatment of employees and contractor complaints regarding accounting and auditing matters and financial concern provides individuals with a mechanism by which concerns over financial accounting or audit matters can be reported in a confidential and anonymous manner and adequately addressed. This hotline can be reached by telephone at 844-287-9976.

 

Director Independence

Real Industry's Board of Directors is comprised of a majority of independent directors. For a director to be considered independent, the Board must determine that the director does not have any direct or indirect material relationship with the Company, and conforms to the independence requirements in the New York Stock Exchange's listed company rules. In making an independence determination, the Board will consider all relevant facts and circumstances. The Board has determined that directors Bynoe, Deconinck, Hall, Lamb, Maheshwari and Tinkler satisfy the applicable Securities and Exchange Commission independence requirements.

With the exception of the Operations/Lean/Six Committee, all committees are composed exclusively of independent directors.  The Audit Committee must also satisfy an additional Securities and Exchange Commission independence requirement, which provides that they may not accept directly or indirectly any consulting, advisory or other compensatory fee from Real Industry or any of its subsidiaries other than their directors' compensation, or otherwise be an "affiliated person" of the Company. The Board has determined that all members of the Audit Committee satisfy the applicable Securities and Exchange Commission independence requirements.

 

Contact the Board

Stockholders and other interested parties may communicate with the Board of Directors or Board committee members by writing to the following address:

Board of Directors
c/o Corporate Secretary
Real Industry, Inc.
15301 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 400
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Please specify to whom your correspondence should be directed. The Corporate Secretary will promptly forward all correspondence, except for junk mail, mass mailings, job inquiries, surveys, business solicitations or advertisements, or potentially offensive or otherwise inappropriate material. Real Industry's Corporate Secretary may forward certain correspondence, such as product-related inquiries, elsewhere within the Company for review and possible response.


Craig Bouchard , , , Director

Craig became the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Signature Group Holdings in June, 2013 after leading a proxy battle to remove the company’s board. This was Craig’s second successful hostile take-over on Wall Street. Growing from $40 million of annual revenue to over $1.5 billion, and, in the process became the world's largest independent recycler of aluminum, Signature Group was renamed Real Industry, Inc. (NASDAQ: RELY) in June of 2015. Real Industry Inc. through it's subsidiary, Real Alloy operates 18 plants in North America and 6 in Europe, with 1,700 employees.

In 2004, Craig co-founded Esmark Inc. Esmark acquired nine steel companies, including the celebrated hostile takeover of Wheeling Pittsburgh Corporation. Esmark accomplished the first hostile reverse tender merger in Wall Street history and became the 4th largest American steel company when its revenues grew from $4 million in 2003 to $3.5 billion in 2008. This story is chronicled in “America For Sale, How the Foreign Pack Circled and Devoured Esmark.” Copyright 2009 Craig T. Bouchard and James V. Koch, (ABC-CLIO.)

Craig is a New York Times Best Selling author. “The Caterpillar Way. Lessons in Leadership, Growth and Shareholder Value” was released in October of 2013, reaching #1 on the Barnes & Noble Best Seller List, and #8 on the New York Times Best Seller list in the business category. James V. Koch was once again Craig’s co-author. (McGraw Hill.)

Craig’s “The Adventures of Ai” was one of the world’s popular children’s book projects of 2014. The book was translated into Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish and Arabic, with the accompanying Adventures of Ai video game, achieving 100,000 downloads globally on Apple iTunes, Google Play and Samsung. 16-time Grammy award winner Humberto Gatica produced the game’s music.

In 2010 Craig founded Shale-Inland, named for his daughter Shale, and his father’s company, Inland Steel. Shale-Inland is the nation’s leading master distributor of stainless steel pipe, valves and fittings, stamped and fabricated parts to the US energy industry.

From 1998-2003, Craig was the President and Chief Executive Officer of New York based NumeriX, a risk management software company commanding a lead market share on Wall Street in the valuation of complex derivative instruments.

Prior to helping found NumeriX, Craig was a Senior Vice President at the First National Bank of Chicago, (now JPM/Chase). His career there spanned 19 years. In the 150-year history of the bank, Craig was the 3rd youngest individual to rise to the level of Senior Vice President. He was the Head of Asia Pacific, living in Hong Kong And Tokyo, and became The Global Head of Derivative Trading and Quantitative Research.

Craig holds a Bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University (1975), a Master’s Degree in Economics from Illinois State University (1977), and an MBA from the University of Chicago (1981). He has been a member of the Board of Trustees of Boston University and the Foundation of the University of Montana. He is currently a member of the leadership board of the Department of Athletics, Duke University. Craig is an alumnus of Leadership Greater Chicago, and was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award (Illinois) in 2005.

Craig was elected to the Hall of Fame of the Illinois State University College of Arts and Sciences in 2008. He is a member of the Hall of Fame of Hinsdale Central Township High School. Craig holds United States Patent 4,212,168, Power Producing Dry-Type Cooling Systems.

He is married to Melissa N. Bouchard and is the proud father of six children: Kai, Justin, Patrick, Shale, Cambelle, and Braidy. Craig and Melissa were ranked #8 in the 2013 US Tennis Association national rankings of Senior Husband Wife Mixed Doubles.

www.craigbouchard.com

Peter Bynoe , , , Director

Mr. Bynoe has served as a director of Real Industry since July 2013 and currently serves as Chairman of the compensation committee and a member of the audit committee. Mr. Bynoe is currently a managing director of Equity Group Investments, a private equity firm based in Chicago, IL. From September 2013 to October 2014 he served as the Chief Executive Officer of Rewards Network, a provider of credit card loyalty and rewards programs. Prior to joining Rewards Network and since February 2009, Mr. Bynoe served as a partner and Chief Operating Officer of Loop Capital LLC, a full-service investment banking firm based in Chicago, where he had been Managing Director since February 2008. As Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Bynoe oversaw the firm’s mergers and acquisitions practice in the utility and power sector. Mr. Bynoe also serves as a Senior Counsel in the Chicago office of the international law firm DLA Piper US LLP.

From March 1995 until December 2007, Mr. Bynoe was a senior Partner at DLA Piper US LLP and served on its Executive Committee. Mr. Bynoe has also been a principal of Telemat Ltd., a consulting and project management firm, since 1982. Since 2004, Mr. Bynoe has been a director of Covanta Holding Corporation, an internationally recognized owner of energy-from-waste and power generation projects. Since 2007, Mr. Bynoe has been a director of Frontier Communications Corporation (formerly known as Citizens Communication Corporation), a telephone, television and internet service provider, and was formerly a director of Rewards Network Inc. from 2003 to May 2008. Mr. Bynoe served as the Executive Director of the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority, a joint venture of the City of Chicago and State of Illinois created to develop the new Comiskey Park for the Chicago White Sox and was Managing General Partner of the National Basketball Association’s Denver Nuggets. Mr. Bynoe also served as a consultant to the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority and the Atlanta Committee to Organize the Olympic Games in preparation for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

Mr. Bynoe holds Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degrees from Harvard University and is a member of the Illinois Bar and a registered real estate broker.

Patrick Deconinck , , , Director

Mr. Deconinck was elected as a director in 2015 and currently serves as chairman of the Operations/Lean/Six Sigma Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee. Mr. Deconinck served as Senior Vice President-West Europe for 3M Company (“3M”) from 2011 to 2015, with overall responsibility for 3M’s West Europe business. 3M’s West Europe business accounted for approximately 20% of 3M’s total revenues and Mr. Deconinck oversaw approximately 16,000 employees in 20 countries. During this period, Mr. Deconinck orchestrated the restructuring of 3M’s European supply chain organization. From 2005 to 2011, Mr. Deconinck was Vice President and General Manager of 3M’s Industrial Adhesives & Tapes Division where he provided global leadership for 3M’s largest operating unit. Mr. Deconinck retired in March 2015 after providing more than 35 years of service with 3M. Mr. Deconinck holds an Acceptance degree in Applied Sciences from Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium) and is fluent in English, Flemish, French and German.

William Hall , , , Chairman of the Board

Mr. Hall serves as Chairman of the Board and was elected as a director in 2015. He currently serves as a member of both the Operations/Lean/Six Sigma Committee and the Compensation Committee. Mr. Hall has served as the General Partner of Procyon Advisors LLP, a Chicago-based private equity firm providing consulting and growth capital for healthcare services companies, since 2006 following the sale of Procyon Technologies, Inc. (“Procyon Technologies”). Mr. Hall has over thirty years of senior operating executive experience at Procyon Technologies, Eagle Industries (LON: ATK), Fruit of the Loom (NYSE: FOL), Cummins Inc. (NYSE:CMI), and Falcon Building Products, Inc. (NYSE: FBP) where Mr. Hall, as Chief Executive officer, completed an initial public offering and later completed a leveraged buyout to take the company private.

Mr. Hall is currently a member of the board of directors of Stericycle, Inc. (NASDAQ: SRCL) and serves as the Chairman of the Compensation Committee and formerly served as a member of the Audit Committee. Mr. Hall is also currently a member of the board of directors of W. W. Grainger, Inc. (NYSE: GWW) and serves on both the Audit Committee as a financial expert, and the Governance Committee. Mr. Hall has previously a member of the board of directors of Actuant Corporation (NYSE: ATU) and served on both the Audit and Governance Committees. Mr. Hall has also previously been a member of the board of directors of A. M. Castle (NYSE: CAS) and served as the chairman of the Governance Committee and members of the Audit and Compensation Committees.

Mr. Hall volunteers as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Michigan, where he has developed and taught graduate and undergraduate courses in entrepreneurial leadership of the College of Engineering and the Ross School of Business. Mr. Hall also serves as a member of the Executive Committee at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and as an advisory board member at the Depression Center, the Zell Lurie Institute and the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at the University of Michigan. During the 1970’s, Mr. Hall served as a professor at the University of Michigan, the European Institute of Business Administration and the 12 Harvard Business School. Mr. Hall holds degrees in aeronautical engineering (B.S.E.), mathematical statistics (M.S.) and business administration (M.B.A. and Ph.D.), all from the University of Michigan.

Patrick Lamb , , , Director

Mr. Lamb has served as a director of Real Industry since 2011 and currently serves as the Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of both the Nominating and Governance Committee and the Operations/Lean/Six Sigma Committee. Mr. Lamb has over 20 years of chief financial officer experience in various public and public subsidiary entities, specifically in the financial services arena, including banking, commercial finance, commercial and residential real estate, debt and equity, capital markets and insurance, as well as extensive experience in mergers, divestitures and acquisitions, financing and securitization structures and public accounting. Mr. Lamb was also Chief Financial Officer for the Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association from July 2007 through December 2014.

From 2004 to July 2007, Mr. Lamb served as the Senior Vice President, Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Accounting Officer of the Company, when it was known as Fremont General Corporation. Prior to that, Mr. Lamb served as Vice President-Finance for Fremont and as the Chief Financial Officer of Fremont Financial Corporation, a subsidiary of the Company. Before joining Fremont, Mr. Lamb worked at Ernst & Whinney (now Ernst & Young) in San Francisco, serving primarily in the financial services industries in various audit and consulting engagements.

Mr. Lamb holds Bachelor of Science and Master in Accountancy degrees from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. Mr. Lamb also serves on two advisory boards for the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University and is also involved in various other community and educational organizations, including being on the Board of Junior Achievement of Southern California.

Raj Maheshwari , , , Director

Mr. Maheshwari has served as a director of Real Industry since July 2013 and currently serves as a member of both the Compensation Committee and the Nominating and Governance Committee. Mr. Maheshwari is Managing Director of Charlestown Capital Advisors, LLC, a private merchant banking company specializing in financial advisory/merchant banking services (including mergers and acquisitions advisory) to public and private market emerging companies. Under Mr. Maheshwari’s tenure, Charlestown Capital has been a mergers and acquisitions advisor to Esmark, Inc., a steel company that was sold to OAO Severstal of Russia in August, 2008 for $1.3 billion. In 2011, Charlestown Capital led the successful reorganization of Meruelo Maddux Properties (subsequently renamed EVOQ Properties), a commercial real estate company based in Los Angeles under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Charlestown also assisted in Shale-Inland’s acquisitions of Main Steel in 2011 and HD Supply IPVF in 2012. Charlestown Capital has also advised Akela Pharmaceuticals, LTS Lohmann, Artevea Digital, among other emerging companies, in their mergers and acquisitions activities.

From 1999 to August, 2005, Mr. Maheshwari was a Portfolio Manager and Managing Director at Weiss Peck and Greer Investments (“WPG”) and its successor parent company Robeco Investment Management. At WPG, he built and managed a $500 million (approximately) Risk Arbitrage and Special Situations/Event Driven hedge fund. In addition, at WPG and its parent company, Robeco Investment Management, he was involved in many aspects of investment management, including asset allocation, identifying new investment strategies, and overall investment management strategy. From 1996 to 1999, Mr. Maheshwari was a Vice President of Research at Robert Fleming, Inc., where he helped run a $250 million (approximately) equity arbitrage portfolio.

Mr. Maheshwari holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Sciences from the State University of New York at Albany and an MBA from New York University.

Philip G. Tinkler , , , Director

Mr. Tinkler has served as a director of Real Industry since August 2012, is Chairman of the Nominating and Governance Committee and a member of the Audit Committee. Mr. Tinkler is the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer at Equity Group Investments (“EGI”) and has served in various leadership capacities for EGI and its affiliates since 1990. He has been the firm’s Chief Financial Officer since 2002, and the Chief Operating Officer since 2006. In his role at EGI, he works closely with the investment team on structuring transactions, due diligence, bank financings, and securities offerings. Since 2009, he has also been Chief Financial Officer for Chai Trust Company, LLC, an Illinois registered trust company that is trustee for many of the Zell family trusts. Mr. Tinkler oversees EGI’s financial services group, which houses EGI’s accounting, treasury, and tax functions. He also serves as Chief Operating Officer, managing EGI’s human resources, administration and facilities functions.

From 2003 to 2004, Mr. Tinkler worked at the company that is known today as Covanta Holding Corporation (NYSE: CVA), an internationally recognized owner/operator of energy-from-waste and power generation projects. During his tenure there, Mr. Tinkler served as Chief Financial Officer while the company’s predecessor, Danielson Holding Corp., purchased Covanta, emerged from bankruptcy, and underwent an integration. He also served on the board of directors of Covanta’s wholly owned California-based insurance subsidiary. Earlier in his career, Mr. Tinkler served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer at First Capital Financial, L.L.C. and the Managing General Partner of the First Capital real estate funds. He began his career at Ernst & Young. Mr. Tinkler serves on the board of directors of another EGI investment company, WRS Holdings Company, an environmental construction and remediation company.

Mr. Tinkler holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science degree in Taxation from DePaul University.

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    Q1 2016 Earnings Call
    May 11, 2016

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    • Craig Bouchard , Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Real Industry
    • Kyle Ross , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Real Industry
    • Terry Hogan , President of Real Alloy
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    Q4-YE 2015 Earnings Call
    March 15, 2016

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    • Kyle Ross , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Real Industry
    • Terry Hogan , President of Real Alloy
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