PE Roundtable Dinner Series

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May 25, 2022 6 PM - 9 PM EDT

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$200 - $250
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This ACG New York Private Equity RoundTable is a quarterly meeting that hosts speakers to address topics that provide services and information designed to help PE firms operate their business (regulatory, management assessment techniques, sales performance improvement, developing strong investor relationships, fund raising, etc.). It is not designed to cover areas of interest in the Business Development Sector or Financial Controls. ACG NY provides other venues for these latter two disciplines.
 
These meetings are open only to Private Equity Firms and subject the following criteria: North American funds with Committed Funds in excess of $100mm. Attendance is limited to one member from the PE firm at the Partner/ MD level who has firm wide responsibilities that may include Business Development but NOT exclusively Business Development Membership is on an annual basis and limited to 30 members.

Join us for this next session in the series on May 25th at the Penn Club of New York which will explore Supply Chain issues, specifically revolving around diesel. The roundtable discussion will be led by Robert Wayson of LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions.

Diesel: Beyond the Price

Understanding the recent history and future of diesel for predictive insight to supply chain costs.

Separate from a discussion of crude oil, refined petroleum has been the currency, powering the residential and commercial engine. From the January 6, 1930 Indianapolis to New York diesel automobile trip, providing validity of diesel as a power solution, diesel has expanded to motorize trucks and trains, which are at the base of the US freight economy.


The recent cost impact on supply chain from diesel, and vice versa, has fostered deep discussions of mitigation strategies, e.g., network redesigns, modal shift, inventory optimization, accelerated technology adoption. The volatility present in the price of diesel, in many instances, being narrowly defined by the Russian-Ukraine War. This facilitated discussion, though not a definitive discussion of the commodity, will touch on impacts to the price of diesel not readily recognized, in addition to exploring the near-past and near-future decision-making on diesel availability. The knowledge of which may provide external indicators to aid in managing within the diesel universe, beyond the price.

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Robert Wayson LynnCo

Robert Wayson

LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions
Vice President, Consulting Services

Robert Wayson joined LynnCo in 2019 and is Vice President for Consulting Services, overseeing our exceptional consulting group. Robert has extensive experience in the supply chain industry across multiple verticals and a distinguished background in supply chain consulting. His previous executive leadership within for-hire carrier, third party (3PL) warehouse-logistics, and e-commerce organizations allows him to support our clients to develop comprehensive programs to achieve their strategic and operational goals. Robert’s technical experience spans over 30 years in operations, business development, technology development and adoption, site engineering, and project management in end-to-end supply chain. He has worked with Fortune 500 customers, including BMW, Michelin, GM, Ford, and non-automotive customers, in retail, food and beverage, top 5 agricultural retailers. Robert also has extensive experience working with private equity owned portfolio companies.

Robert serves as a thought leader for associations and clients in multiple industries. As a former committee member on AT025, Urban Freight Transportation, US Transportation Research Board (Washington DC), he maintains awareness of public sector regulatory and policy making. As a public sector consultant, Robert contributed to the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Atlanta Strategic Truck Route Master Plan, statewide freight plans for South Carolina, Texas, and Florida, the FHWA Truck Size and Weight study and Alaska’s KABATA Knik Arm Bridge project.

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Pricing:
$200 ACG Member (includes 1 dinner)
$250 Non-Member 
(includes 1 dinner)

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