PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — F&I products provider National Auto Care announced the appointment of Michael Boyle to its board of directors. Boyle currently serves as a managing partner for Ecliptic Capital and Optimal Symmetry, both based in Austin, Texas. He is also an advisor for multiple companies in the finance, insurance, and automotive industries and has previously served on various boards for companies with an emphasis in technology.
“As National Auto Care looks to grow and continue to expand through innovation, we are thrilled to have Mike join our board,” said NAC CEO Tony Wanderon. “His knowledge and experience in the marketplace in the technology space as well as his overall business acumen will be invaluable to us as we look to offer more cutting-edge products and programs to our agents and clients for years to come.”
NAC announced its acquisition by Lovell Minnick Partners in August 2018. Executives said the parent company plans to help NAC pursue acquisitions that fit the needs of its clients and will help grow the business strategically.
“Adding Mike Boyle to the Board of Directors further demonstrates the company’s commitment to maintaining its leading technology position in the market,” said Trevor Rich, a partner with Lovell Minnick Partners. “Mike will be influential in assisting the company with its technology strategy over the coming years.”
In addition to his current roles, Boyle served as a senior vice president at Aflac and Allstate Financial and as director of technology for Merrill Lynch. He earned a B.S. in economics from the University of South Carolina. Boyle is the fifth member to join NAC’s board of directors, which already includes Tony Wanderon, Trevor Rich, Steve Pearson of LMP and Steve Verney, formerly of NAC.