Dennis Lockyer is the Vice President of ACG. Mr. Lockyer is responsible for deals sourcing, researching, and conducting due diligence. Also he is in close contacts with several top universities and research centers in the United States to prepare for technical reserves for companies.
Mr. Lockyer has served as a Senior Executive for more than 25 years and has brought in tremendous value to ACG team with its extensive network and rich experience in corporate governance. Mr. Lockyer served on the board of directors for a number of companies, including SciMAT, Crane UK, Nihon Crane, and Crane Asia. During his tenure as the President of Crane Technical Materials, he grew the business from a $1.9 million startup to a globally recognized $45 million business, which was ultimately sold to Neenah Paper Company for $72 million. Mr. Lockyer is also quite experienced in global markets. He established a number of new global sales and marketing companies in order to penetrate and service strategic markets including: Nihon Crane (Tokyo, Japan), Crane Europe (Zurich, Switzerland) and C&C (Hangzhou, China).
Mr. Lockyer is also the Committee Chairman of IPC, an association connecting electronics industries. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Award. As a global non-profit electronics industry association, IPC provides industry-standard, training certification, market research, and environmental protection services to more than 4,200 member companies. IPC members are throughout the design, including printed circuit boards, electronic assembly, OEM, testing, and other electronics industry in all aspects of the industry chain. The association is headquartered in Bannockburn, Illinois, USA. There are offices in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, Taipei, Taos in New Mexico, Wellington in Virginia, Stockholm in Sweden, Moscow in Russia, Bangalore in India and Brussels in Belgium.