Senior consultant, advisor in global corporate finance; corporate and business unit strategy, M&A and marketing in consumer goods, telecomm and e-commerce.
Investor, Director and Chief Strategy Officer, Passlogix; Chairman, the Netherland-America Foundation; Trustee, the Hewitt School; Honorary Board Member, Chair and President, Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York; Member, Harvard Business School Alumni Council. Former Senior Director, McKinsey & Company, Inc.; Founder and Leader, Global Corporate Finance Practice of McKinsey; Co-Leader, McKinsey’s E-Commerce Practice.
University of Leiden, the Netherlands, Candidate and Masters Degree in Corporate and Commercial Law; Harvard Business School, M.B.A.
Ennius Bergsma is a Senior Managing Director with Brock Capital and focuses on Corporate Advisory including Strategic Planning, Valuations and Organic Growth. He also advises clients on general finance matters and e-commerce opportunities.
In his 25 years at McKinsey & Company, Inc., where he was Senior Director, Mr. Bergsma founded and led the Firm’s global Corporate Finance Practice and was Co-Founder and Co-Leader of McKinsey’s E-Commerce Practice. He initiated McKinsey’s Marketing Sciences Practice, led the effort that synthesized McKinsey’s approach to Business Strategy, was a leader of McKinsey’s Consumer and Telecommunications sectors and was core member of the McKinsey Strategy Initiative that crafted the Firm’s priorities. Mr. Bergsma’s client service has focused on the development of new businesses in e-commerce, financial services, consumer goods and telecommunications. He led numerous teams creating new businesses, with values ranging from $500 million to $5 billion. Mr. Bergsma is still associated with the Firm as member of the McKinsey Advisory Council.
Mr. Bergsma helped establish Passlogix’s overall strategic direction and priorities. He joined Passlogix in 2000, but has been involved with Passlogix since its inception as both an investor and advisor.
He is Chairman of the Netherland-America Foundation, Trustee of the Hewitt School, Honorary Board Member, past Chair and President of the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York and past member of Harvard Business School’s Executive Council. Mr. Bergsma holds a Candidate and Masters Degree with distinction in Corporate and Commercial Law from the University of Leiden in The Netherlands, and an M.B.A. with distinction from the Harvard Business School.Short Biography
Former CEO, consumer products companies; branding/marketing expert; former private equity partner and chair of portfolio companies; director of public, private and non-profit institutions.
President, Barnegat Group LLC; Managing Director and Operating Advisor, North Castle Partners, LLC; Director and Chair, Nominating and Governance Committee, Eli Lilly & Co., Ford Motor Company; Presiding Director, Finance Committee Chair, The New York Times Company.
Former CEO, Tropicana; CEO, Nabisco Biscuit Company.
Wellesley College B.A.; Harvard Business School M.B.A.
Ellen Marram is a member of Brock Capital Group LLC and is the president of the Barnegat Group LLC, her business advisory firm. From 2000-2005, she was a Managing Director of North Castle Partners, a private equity firm focused on investments in healthy living and aging where she served as Chairman of several portfolio companies. She currently serves as an operating advisor to North Castle and to Physic Ventures, a venture capital firm.
Ms. Marram was President and Chief Executive Officer of Tropicana and the Tropicana Beverage Group from 1993-1998. she transformed the business from a Florida juice company to a market driven, health-focused global juice business,number one in worldwide sales and profits. During her tenure, Tropicana nearly tripled its shareholder value and was sold to PepsiCo in 1998 for $3.3 billion. From 1988-1993, Ms. Marram was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Nabisco Biscuit Company where she consistently produced strong revenue and profit growth in a highly leveraged environment. Under her vision and direction the company launched the highly successful SnackWell’s line which pioneered low-fat snacking.
Ms. Marram is a director of Ford Motor Company, The New York Times Company and Eli Lilly and Company as well as several private companies and non-profit institutions.
Ms. Marram received her B.A. from Wellesley College and her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.Short Biography
Former CEO, tax lawyer, investment banker, principal in private equity firm; private investor.
Former CEO, Bradbury & Company, Revere Copper & Brass; OCWEN Financial; Vice President, Merrill Lynch; Attorney, Covington & Burling; Department of Justice; President, Board of Directors, GMHC.
Northwestern University B.A.; Harvard Law School J.D
Louis A. Bradbury is a member of Brock Capital Group LLC.
Previously, Mr. Bradbury was a Participating Fellow at Civic-Exchange Thinktank, where he performed analysis of macro factors impacting the labor situation in the Pearl River delta, Hong Kong, China. Prior to Civic-Exchange Thinktank, he worked at Bradbury & Company, which served as a primary vehicle for consulting and venture capital investing and which he also used for the management of personal and family assets.
Mr. Bradbury was President, CEO, and a Member of the Board of Directors at Revere Copper & Brass Inc., a Fortune 500 Company with sales of over $700M. Mr. Bradbury negotiated and directed tender offer and acquisition financing of the company. He also served as Executive Vice President and a Member of the Board of Directors at OCWEN Financial Company, where he was Head of M&A activities as principal in Merchant Banking Department.
Prior to that, Mr. Bradbury was a Vice President in Capital Markets at Merrill Lynch & Co and an Associate Attorney at Rogers & Wells, where he specialized in international taxation and securities and formed the Mexico Fund, a prototype mutual fund for equity securities of a foreign country. He was also an Associate Attorney at Covington & Burling, and an Attorney in the Appellate Division of the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Mr. Bradbury is President of the Board of Directors at the Calamus Foundation. Previously, he has served as a Member of the HIV Advisory Council for Save the Children (USA), a Member of the Board of Trustees for the Point Foundation, President of the Board of Directors at GMHC, Inc., a Member of Visiting Committee at Northwestern University, and a Member of the Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood of New York. In 2000, Mr. Bradbury received the Alumni Merit Award from Northwestern University.
Louis A. Bradbury has a B.A. from Northwestern University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.Short Biography