ACG Boston Elects KLR Partner John E. Surrette, Jr. as Chapter PresidentSeptember 18, 2020
KLR is pleased to announce that Partner John E. Surrette, Jr., was elected President, ACG Boston.
KLR is pleased to announce that Partner John E. Surrette, Jr., Chair of the Firm's Private Equity and Venture Capital Services Group, was elected President, ACG Boston (the Boston Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth).
“ACG has been instrumental in helping me grow both personally and professionally since first getting involved approximately 10 years ago,” said John Surrette, Jr., President, ACG Boston. “The partnerships and friendships I have developed over that time, with both the general membership and my fellow Board members, have been a key factor to my professional success. I couldn’t be happier to have the opportunity to continue to work with such a great group as we continue to evolve and develop new offerings to deliver value to our membership. The Boston chapter has flourished under David’s leadership, and we were fortunate to have his steady vision for innovation and growth, especially during the last several months of the pandemic. We thank him for his commitment to ACG Boston.”
John began his career in public accounting in 1999 and joined KLR in 2001. John graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting in 1999 and obtained his Masters in Business Administration in 2003, earning both degrees from the University of Rhode Island.
John Chairs the firm’s Private Equity and Venture Capital Services Group and is Co-Chair of the firm’s Renewable Energy Services Group at KLR. He has a wide range of audit and consulting experience with clients in a variety of industries including private equity and venture capital, renewable energy, technology and technology-enabled service companies, manufacturing and distribution. He works closely with private equity and venture capital firms in meeting back office and portfolio company needs, as well as with providing both buy side and sell side advisory services.
ACG Boston serves over 500 New England members who are directly involved in M&A transactions – including private equity investors, intermediaries, corporate development professionals, family offices, lenders and M&A service providers – and is dedicated to helping middle-market M&A professionals build and maintain trusted and productive relationships through membership and event opportunities.