VC-backed SRS Acquiom taps LeClair as president and COO


SRS Acquiom, a provider of post-closing M&A services, has named Lon LeClair as president and chief operating officer. LeClair’s work background includes stints at Wilmington Trust and Wells Fargo. SRS Acquiom’s backers include Revolution Ventures and Top Tier Capital Partners.

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SRS Acquiom has appointed Lon LeClair as President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). Based in the company’s Denver headquarters, LeClair will manage the company’s operations and help direct its strategic vision and growth.

LeClair is a seasoned industry executive with decades of experience in corporate trust helping clients navigate complex M&A transactions, corporate and public debt issuances, syndicated loans, administration restructurings, escrows and specialized trusts. Prior roles include serving as Senior Vice President in Wilmington Trust’s Global Capital Markets Division, and Senior Vice President and Manager of the Corporate Products Group of Wells Fargo’s Corporate Trust Services Division.

LeClair holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota and is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.

About SRS Acquiom
SRS Acquiom is a VC-backed comprehensive platform for escrows, payments, risk, documents, and claims on Merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions to close efficiently and economically. SRS Acquiom is backed by a variety of notable VC funds including Revolution Ventures and Top Tier Capital Partners and boasts a highly experienced board of directors including David Golden of Revolution Ventures, Jason Mendelson of Foundry Group and Heidi Miller, the former President of JPMorgan International.

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