Our executive team gives us the stability, foresight, and direction that has grown Form Technologies into the global leader it is today.
Chief Executive Officer
Formerly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dynacast International, Simon now leads the entire Form Technologies platform with almost 40 years in the precision component manufacturing industry. He joined Dynacast in 1979 and rose quickly through the ranks, spending time in all areas of the business, including finance, quality, engineering, customer service, manufacturing, and sales.
Simon began his career in 1979 as an apprentice, moving into customer service and sales in the mid-1980s. Shortly after, he began a management trainee program in Chicago, IL. Upon completion, he became the Customer Service Manager of Dynacast’s Tustin, CA plant in 1992. Simon was promoted several times within the Tustin plant, going on to successfully build and manage a new state of the art facility in Lake Forest, California in 1997. Only two years after this accomplishment, he was promoted to the position of Vice President of Operations for the SPM group, a plastics company acquired by Dynacast. Simon spent two years in this role before becoming the President of Dynacast North America, a position he held prior to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer in 2002.
Today, he confidently leads Form Technologies as we grow and strengthen our position as one of the world’s largest manufacturers of precision components—including nine successful acquisitions that have transformed the Form Technologies platform. Form Technologies has seen exponential growth under Simon’s leadership and vision as Chief Executive Officer with an EBITDA CAGR over 11%.
Simon studied Mechanical Engineering at Redditch College in England. After moving to the US in 1991, he continued his studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Management from California Coast University.
Chief Administrative Officer
As Form’s Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President, Adrian brings over a decade of experience to the table as former CFO and EVP of both Form Technologies and Dynacast International. Adrian first joined Dynacast in 1990 to take on a reorganization project in New York and was later appointed as Dynacast Group Financial Controller in the UK. Following the acquisition of SPM by Dynacast in 1995, Adrian relocated to Anaheim, California as VP Finance for the new division.
Adrian left Dynacast in 1997 to join Kane Magnetics International where he served as CFO until 2002. In 2002 he joined Linamar Corporation, a Canadian automotive component and systems manufacturer, based in Ohio where he was Director of Finance for the Engine Division. Adrian rejoined Dynacast as CFO in 2005 and is based in the corporate office in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Adrian has an undergraduate degree in economics and business, and is a Chartered Accountant, qualifying with Price Waterhouse in Manchester, England. Since leaving public accounting, his career has focused on engineering and component manufacturing industries.
Chief Financial Officer
As Form Technologies’ Chief Financial Officer, Keith is responsible for the leadership of all financial functions including accounting, FP&A, treasury, and tax. In addition, Keith will continue to lead the corporate development function focusing on continued inorganic growth for the business.
Keith first joined Dynacast in 2012 as the Director of Corporate Accounting to drive the growth in the accounting and financial reporting function of the business as an SEC registrant. Subsequent to the 2015 acquisition of Dynacast by the current ownership group, he has been particularly active in designing and building the mergers & acquisition function of the business. These efforts have led to the successful acquisition of seven companies and over $400mm in revenues, including the transformational Signicast transaction. Throughout this period Keith was a strategic asset in the creation of the Form Technologies platform.
Prior to joining Form Technologies, Keith held various senior financial leadership roles with Duke Energy in Charlotte, NC, and prior to that in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Keith has an undergraduate degree in business administration with a focus in accounting from West Virginia University and holds a certificate in Strategic Business Leadership from The University of North Carolina. He is a licensed CPA (inactive) in the State of Pennsylvania.
Signicast Divisional Chief Executive Officer
Clayton is the Chief Executive Officer for the Signicast division. He is responsible for all Signicast operations, implementing the division's long and short-term strategies, improving efficiencies, and ensuring best practices are maintained.
Clayton brings over 30 years of P&L experience in domestic and international markets manufacturing & marketing commercial, industrial, and utility electrical products. Prior to working at Signicast, Clayton was the President of Eaton corporation’s U.S. headquartered Cooper Power Systems Division, with multiple operations across North & South America and revenues exceeding $1 billion. Before taking on the role as president, Clayton lead a number of large P&L roles for Eaton in the U.S. Canada, Europe and Middle East. He was the leader for Eaton’s first electrical acquisition in Europe, with responsibilities encompassing operations in the U.K., Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, the Middle East, Asia, and partners in Russia. He was assigned to Europe a second time to lead the integration of Moeller Electric, Eaton’s largest electrical European acquisition.
Additionally, Clayton has held other various roles including, Vice President and General Manager for Industrial Controls, and Senior Vice President and General Manager, Commercial Distribution Products & Assemblies. Clayton holds a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
To be appointed
Dynacast Divisional Chief Executive Officer
Dynacast Executive Vice President, Europe
Josef is Dynacast's Executive Vice President, Europe. After joining Dynacast in 1989, Josef worked as a Sales Engineer and Sales Manager with part time responsibility for engineering before being promoted to General Manager of Dynacast Austria in 2000.
Prior to joining Dynacast, he worked as Supervisor for Huick, a felt manufacturer for paper machines. He was also a Manager of Tooling and Engineering for NSW which mass produces fasteners. Josef holds a degree in mechanical engineering and has completed additional coursework in finance and management at Warwick Business School in London and St. Gallen Management & Business School in Switzerland.
Inn Nam Yong
Dynacast Executive Vice President, Asia
Inn Nam Yong is Executive Vice President, Asia. Joining the Dynacast team in 2018, Inn Nam brings over 30 years of experience as an experienced and seasoned senior global manager with deep experience in developing businesses, operations, and teams in the Asia Pacific region.
Prior to Dynacast, Inn Nam was the Chief Operating Officer for Hi-P International. he was responsible for all P&L for the whole group. Prior to that, Inn Nam Yong was the Vice President of Business Development at Hi-P. In this role, he was responsible for customer development and program activities as well as developing new business for the group. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, as well as Masters in both Robotics Engineering and International Business from the National University of Singapore.