John P. Brincko


John P. Brincko’s background includes 35 years of executive, financial and operational management experience. Since forming his firm in 1979, Mr. Brincko and his associates have provided personalized advisory and interim management services to financially troubled companies and their investors. He has served as president and chief executive officer of more than 50 companies, ranging in sales from $50 million to $3 billion. His experience encompasses turnarounds, mergers and acquisitions, investment feasibility, cost reduction programs and divestitures.

Most recently, Mr. Brincko has served as CRO of Franchise Pictures, a motion picture production company that has released more than 70 films, and Spansion, Inc., the largest flash memory solution company. He also recently served as financial advisor to Special Devices, Inc. and was appointed Chapter 11 Trustee of National Consumer Mortgage and Metabolife International, Inc. In addition, Mr. Brincko served as CRO to a leading consumer food company, and as President and CEO of Consolidated Freightways, an independent worldwide transportation and logistics company. Previous to this, Mr. Brincko was CEO of CalComp Technology, Inc., a publicly traded 87% owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, and CEO of Strouds, a publicly traded specialty bed, bath and linen retailer, which he sold to an investor group. Mr. Brincko also served as President and CEO of Mossimo, Inc., a NYSE fashion apparel manufacturer and retailer. Furthermore, he was President and COO of Barneys New York, the $400 million retailer of upscale men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, resulting in a sale to debt holders.

Prior to forming his own firm, Mr. Brincko was senior vice president, chief financial officer and acting chief operating officer of Max Factor. He also held executive management positions with American Home Products; International Paper Company; Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Grey Advertising.

Mr. Brincko holds a BBA degree in accounting from the Baruch College of the City University of New York.