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Alex Roepers

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Alex Roepers

Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Atlantic Investment Management
Alex Roepers

Alex Roepers is the Chief Investment Officer of Atlantic Investment Management, a global equity value-investing firm he founded in 1988. Mr. Roepers applies a differentiated constructive shareholder activist (CSA) investment approach to unlock incremental value in high-quality, undervalued companies in the consumer, industrials, and businesses services sectors. Atlantic’s highly experienced investment team has successfully influenced change at many leading companies over the past 30+ years in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Mr. Roepers began his investing career in the operations and corporate development departments at multi-billion-dollar conglomerates Thyssen-Bornemisza Group (1984-88) and Dover Corporation (1980-82). He has served on the Board of Dean’s Advisors at Harvard Business School since 2010; The Hotchkiss Investment Committee since 2014; The University of St. Andrews North American Advisory Board since 2016; The Metropolitan Museum of Art Chairman’s Council since 2017; as U.S. Chair for the Compagnie Fonds, Dutch Maritime Museum, since 2007; on Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Special Projects Committee since 1997; and as founder and board member for his charitable foundation, The Alexander J. Roepers Foundation, since 2002. Mr. Roepers has an MBA from Harvard Business School (1984) and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Nijenrode University, which is the Netherlands School of Business (1980).