Ari Rennert

President, The Renco Group Inc., New York

Mr. Rennert is the president of the The Renco Group Inc., a private, New York-based holding company founded in 1975 by Mr. Rennert’s father, Ira Rennert. The Renco Group owns or has interests in a diverse group of businesses operating over 50 facilities around the world in the mining, automotive supply, mineral recovery, metals fabrication, and defense industries, among others. The Renco Group’s current holdings include Doe Run, a lead / zinc / copper mining, smelting, and recycling business; US Magnesium, one of the world’s largest producers of magnesium metal; Inteva Products, one of the largest global suppliers of interiors, roof, and latching systems for the automotive industry; Unarco, a manufacturer and engineer of warehouse storage solutions; and AM General, the manufacturer of the Humvee and other light tactical vehicles. Since inception, the company has acquired more than 40 businesses.

Mr. Rennert joined Renco in 2005 and served as chief investment officer prior to being named president in 2011. Earlier in his career, he held positions at Credit Suisse First Boston and Caxton Associates.

Mr. Rennert holds a BS in finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, Erynne, and their three sons.