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Chief Executive Officer
Mark Fukunaga is Servco’s third-generation Chairman and CEO, leading the company’s automotive distribution and retailing operations, home and commercial products distribution, commercial insurance brokerage, and investments in venture capital and private equity.
Servco was originally founded by Mark’s grandfather, Peter Fukunaga, in 1919. In 1960, his father George and Uncle Tom Fukunaga took over the business and led the company through the growth and challenges of the next several decades. In 1994, Mark and his cousin Eric Fukunaga assumed leadership of Servco Pacific Inc. as Chairman and CEO, and President, respectively.
Over the last decade, Mark has overseen the expansion of Servco’s insurance business into the Pacific Northwest and its automotive business into Australia. Under Mark’s leadership, Servco has grown its gross revenue to over $1.3 billion and has been recognized as one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work by Hawaii Business magazine for 12 consecutive years. Most recently Servco opened an investment office in California with plans to expand the company’s other businesses into new global markets.
Mark holds a bachelor’s degree from Pomona College and a juris doctor from the University of Chicago Law School. He serves on the board of KCAA Preschool of Hawaii, Densho and the Children’s Discovery Center, and is a trustee for Pomona College and Punahou School. Mark also serves as the co-chairperson for Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, of which Servco is a 50-50 majority shareholder with TPG Growth.
As Managing Director of Servco Pacific Capital (SPC), Matt leads its investment, diligence and operational activities. He ensures that SPC’s investment strategy aligns with Servco’s Core Values of Respect, Service, Teamwork, and Continuous Innovation. In addition to his role with SPC, Matt also leads Servco’s Corporate Development function and is a member of the Executive Committee of Servco Pacific Inc., the parent company of SPC.
Matt’s diverse background spans investment roles in both public and private equity markets. He also brings experience from advisory and senior management roles in consumer products, business services, financial services, manufacturing, and retail. He previously served as a General Partner of Weston Presidio, a leading $3.3 billion private equity firm with offices in San Francisco and Boston, where he was actively involved in management buyouts, recapitalizations, leveraged consolidations and growth financings across the consumer, industrial, service and publishing sectors. Since 2001, he has also held various roles with Fender Musical Instruments, which have ranged from investor and board member, to President and COO. As President, he was responsible for the daily operations of the Company including manufacturing, supply chain, accounting / finance, corporate development and IT. During his seven-year tenure, he oversaw corporate acquisitions and raised over $700 million in various syndicated credit facilities as the Company’s revenue grew by 300% to nearly $750 million.
Matt earned his B.A. in Economics from Duke University and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Following his M.B.A., he was awarded the Kauffman Fellowship by the Kansas City-based Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. In 2007, Matt joined the Young Presidents’ Organization and today is an active member of the Global One Chapter. He currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he serves as a Trustee of The Seven Hills Schools, a leading PK-8 independent school.
Alan Lundgren is a Principal for Servco Pacific Capital, handling most of SPC’s legal matters. In addition to his role as Principal of SPC, Alan serves as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Servco Pacific Inc., the holding company of SPC. Throughout his career, Alan has partnered with Board Members, CEO’s, and management of all levels to develop and execute transformative business strategies.
Alan brings extensive experience to Servco and SPC, having worked as an in-house corporate lawyer for over 20 years and having had substantial experience with acquisitions, financing and other transactional work for both public and private companies. Previously, Alan served as the Associate General Counsel of Fender for seven years, and as Deputy General Counsel for publicly-traded Giant Industries, Inc./Western Refining Company for 10 years.
Alan earned B.A. degrees in Economics/Accounting and Psychology from Claremont McKenna College, and a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law.
Tom is a Principal at Servco Pacific Capital (SPC), where he supports all aspects of the investment life cycle, including due diligence, transaction structuring, financial modeling and portfolio monitoring, in addition to participating in the corporate development and strategic planning efforts for Servco’s operating groups.
Tom joins SPC from McKinsey & Company, where he specialized in operational transformations and corporate restructuring across a variety of industries, including private equity, mining, semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace and defense, and renewable energy. Most recently, Tom led the corporate restructuring team for SunEdison, Inc., a renewable energy company that entered Chapter 11 with more than $10 billion in outstanding liabilities, where he provided financial advisory services, including cash flow management, financial planning and analysis oversight, liquidity position and cash flow scenario modeling, as well as case and stakeholder management and creditor negotiation strategy support.
Prior to McKinsey, Tom practiced law as a corporate attorney with Sullivan & Cromwell, where he advised clients on corporate matters, including acquisitions, debt and equity financings, securities offerings, Exchange Act reporting and general corporate governance.
Previously, Tom served as a Submarine Officer in the U.S. Navy, stationed in Pearl Harbor, HI and San Diego, CA.
Tom earned a B.S. in Control Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2001, a Masters in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University in 2006, and a joint M.S. in Engineering Management, with a concentration in Economics and Finance, from Stanford University and a J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he served as an editor of the Stanford Law Review, in 2011.