Adam Borcz

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Borcz is currently the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Omega Trading Company.  He acquired the business in 2019 from the long-time owners.  

Mr. Borcz spent his years post undergrad, serving as a Nuclear Submarine Officer in the U.S. Navy, then working for a multi billion dollar publicly traded uranium company focused on enrichment and remediation services.  He then transitioned into a lower middle market private equity group focused on acquiring underperforming businesses. Initially, Mr. Borcz began as an Associate evaluating acquisition targets and supporting portfolio company operations.  He then progressed into several executive operating roles, working with a variety of businesses with revenues up to $100 million and EBITDA up to $30 million.  

Both transactionally and operationally, Mr. Borcz has a strong background in defense, manufacturing, retail businesses, energy, and broader government contracting.  Additionally, he has been involved in nearly 30 engagements leading to 10 investments, including 8 acquisitions of operating businesses.

Mr. Borcz earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was also Division 1 lacrosse player.  He also earned an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and a Master of Science in Engineering from the Catholic University of America.

He is active with the U.S. Naval Academy serving as a Board of Trustee with their Athletic and Scholarship Program (A&SP), is co-founder of the Navy Lacrosse Brotherhood, and also serves as a Panel Member for Maryland’s 2nd Congressional District Service Academy Nomination Panel.  He previously served as an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at the U.S. Naval Academy.  

Mr. Borcz lives in Annapolis with his wife, daughter and dog.

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