Francisco Partners portfolio company Dextrys has promoted two senior executives to lead the business. Bill Murphy, who has been serving as executive vice president of global delivery, will become president. Murphy succeeds Mike Kohlsdorf, who remains a member of the Dextrys board of directors, but returns to his operating partner role within Francisco Partners. Bob Kramich, formerly executive vice president of sales and marketing, is now president, U.S. operations.
GreenWorld Restoration, a provider of sustainable housing and community solutions has appointed Renato Iregui as executive director of global development for the company. Iregui has launched new businesses across three continents for both private equity ventures and global businesses including JP Morgan Chase Private Banking; Stern Stewart & Co. and AXA-Investment Managers.
Kariana Resources has appointed Joel Dumaresq as the company’s new chief executive officer and as an additional director. Herrick Lau has resigned from his position as chief executive officer and will continue to act as a director of the company. Dumaresq is co-founder and partner of Matrix Partners, a Canadian private-equity and merchant banking group.
Miami-based Empire Investment Holdings has named Charles Adams as chief executive officer of Polyester Fibers, a holding company that manages five operating units. Polyester Fibers is a manufacturer and distributor of non-woven materials for the bedding, furniture, industrial, auto, filtration, craft and seasonal markets. Adams previously held posts at Milliken & Co., Morgan Fabrics and the Victor Group.
Rive Technology, a provider of materials-based solutions for catalytic and separations processes for refining, chemicals, and biofuels, has appointed David C. Aldous as chief executive officer. Aldous brings more than 30 years of experience in the refining, chemicals and catalyst industries, including more than 20 years at Royal Dutch Shell where he was executive vice president of strategy and portfolio. Rive has raised a total of $47 million from The Blackstone Group, Charles River Ventures, Advanced Technology Ventures and Nth Power
RoundTable Healthcare Partners said it has named Kent Davies to be the CEO of the newly formed RoundTable III Platform Development Corp. Roundtable is providing “substantial” investment capital to the venture. Davies will identify and develop investment opportunities in the medical device market.
Wild Wing Café has named William E. Prather as chief executive, and David A. Leonardo as chief development officer. The company is backed by Charlotte, N.C.-based Axum Capital Partners.
Woodbury Health Products Inc., a direct-to-consumer distributor of incontinence and catheter-related supplies, has named Seth Segel as president and chief executive. Current Woodbury CEO Brian Darling will stay with the company as executive vice president, the company said. MTS Health Investors, a New York-based buyout firm, acquired Woodbury Health in March.