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ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Cold Mountain Capital, LLC, is pleased to announce the appointment of Anthony “Tony” Bergen, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer effective immediately.

 

Bergen has more than 35 years’ professional experience in both financial and operational roles, including interim president, chief financial officer, and corporate controller. He is a long-term member of the Turnaround Management Association, a Certified Turnaround Professional with more than 25 years of corporate renewal experience, and is a past recipient of the TMA’s prestigious Outstanding Individual Contribution Award.

 

David Nolletti, Cold Mountain co-founder and chief executive officer stated, “Tony is exceptionally well-qualified to serve as CFO of Cold Mountain. His technical skills and broad experience base make him a perfect fit for the job and to contribute in all aspects of Cold Mountain’s business process from deal sourcing to diligence, operational improvement, and investment realization. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with him.”

 

Before Cold Mountain Capital, Bergen spent several years working for Cold Mountain’s sister company, Stony Point Group, Inc. He also served as chief financial officer of TECT Power, a Stony Point affiliate and middle market manufacturer of turbine engine components. Before his time at TECT Power, Bergen worked as a director at Glass & Associates, later Huron Consulting, focused on middle market corporate renewal. Bergen has a bachelor’s degree from Upsala College and an MBA from Farleigh Dickinson University.

 

About Cold Mountain Capital, LLC

Cold Mountain Capital, LLC of Asheville, North Carolina, is a private equity and management firm that focuses on aerospace and defense lower-middle market manufacturing and technical service businesses.  Their industry knowledge, hands-on approach, and transactional flexibility enable Cold Mountain to conduct transactions quickly, and dramatically improve operating and financial performance. Find out more about Cold Mountain at www.ColdMountainCapital.com

 

 

 

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