Ron E. Ainsworth has been involved in Mergers & Acquisitions, Capital Markets, Financial Restructuring, and Business Valuations for over thirty-five years. Mr. Ainsworth’s career experience encompasses 400+ domestic and cross-border transactions totaling over $15 billion in value across an array of industries, including food services, healthcare, manufacturing, apparel, and technology.
As the CEO of Trenwith Securities, Inc., Mr. Ainsworth partnered with BDO, the world’s fifth largest accounting firm and grew Trenwith’s footprint to over 135 offices across 110 countries. Mr. Ainsworth ran Trenwith BDO for 10 years, during which he worked with his partners in Latin America, Canada, India, and China to develop an international M&A and Corporate Finance business. He served as Chairman while expanding Trenwith China presence with the development of a Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise in Beijing, China. During this period the firm conducted hundreds of transactions with prominent Fortune 500 companies and established relationships with a variety of international capital providers. In 2008, Mr. Ainsworth sold his interest in Trenwith Securities, Inc. and pursued a variety of personal investment projects.
Ron currently resides as the Chairman of Tellson Securities, Inc., a FINRA member broker-dealer he co-founded with Andrew Boyd-Jones. Tellson focuses on providing mergers & acquisitions and capital markets advisory to the middle market.
After selling Trenwith Securities, Inc. in 2008, Ron pursued various personal investments, detailed below:
In 2017, Mr. Ainsworth completed the acquisition of a minority interest in Gussing Renewable Energy America. Gussing Renewable Energy is a carbon recycling business headquartered in Vienna Austria and has power plants in Thailand, Japan, Austria, and the USA.
In 2015 Mr. Ainsworth with his partners acquired a minority interest in 3 Pam LLC. In his role as managing partner, Mr. Ainsworth led the recapitalization of 3 Pam LLC and negotiated an exclusive asset management agreement with the Bravo Fund, a $3.5 billion dollar distress debt fund managed by PIMCO. From 2015 – 2017, Mr. Ainsworth remained a shareholder and board member, where he provided guidance on a $ 3.0 billion dollar portfolio of defaulted mortgage pools.
Also in 2015, Mr. Ainsworth sold NuView Financial Service to Land Home Financial Services, the 42nd largest mortgage lender in the US.
In 2013, Mr. Ainsworth formed a partnership to acquire a controlling interest in Loan Leaders of America. One of the largest California mortgage lender since 1997.
Also in 2013, Mr. Ainsworth co-managed the acquisition and recapitalization of Informationlogix, a technology company that provides services to Bank of America, US Trust, and Merrill Lynch. Today Ainsworth still serves on the executive management committee and board director.
In 2010, Mr. Ainsworth was a co-founder of NuView Financial Services LLC. NuView purchased and serviced non-preforming mortgage debt from the major money center banks.