Lance Bakrow, former Partner with Goldman Sachs and James Nahirny, former MD with Bain Capital Ventures, have joined the ECM senior leadership team.
Lance Bakrow was recently named to ECM’s Board of Directors. Mr. Bakrow worked as a Partner at The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) (“Goldman Sachs”), a global investment banking firm, where he ran energy and other related commodity trading and marketing, for the firm. Following his success at Goldman Sachs, Mr. Bakrow founded Greenwich Energy Partners, a private global energy trading and asset investment firm which, after extremely rapid growth, was sold in to Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE: DUK) (f/k/a Cinergy Corp.), an electric power holding company. Mr. Bakrow, is the founder of Greenwich Power, a private equity company focused on energy investments in new technology, alternative energy, and energy risk management solutions. Mr. Bakrow noted, “I’m pleased to join ECM and to be involved with their disruptive and sustainable technology. ECM’s platform provides significant advantages to conventional motor technologies and I am looking forward to contributing to their ongoing globalization and commercialization efforts.”
James Nahirny was nominated to ECM’s Board of Advisors earlier this year. Mr. Nahirny was the Managing Director of Bain Capital Ventures and past chairman of the New England Venture Capital Association and Managing Partner of Leerink Capital Partners. Mr. Nahirny was a former partner at McKinsey consulting and is the Founder, Managing Partner of Alsora Capital. Upon joining ECM, Mr. Nahirny said, “I’m excited to join ECM’s team and contribute to their ongoing success. ECM’s design and optimization software, PrintStator, is the 21st century approach to the electric motor and is at the core of ECM’s market advantage. With PrintStator, ECM is well-positioned to disrupt current motor technologies.”
“We are pleased to welcome James and Lance to the senior leadership team,”Brian Casey, ECM’s President and CEO.
“These leaders bring elevated & refined skill-sets to the senior team that will benefit ECM’s continued success.”