Davis Mergers & Acquisitions Group announced that Kelly Bond has joined the company to facilitate mergers and acquisitions transactions. Bond comes with nearly 25 years of experience in the security industry, having spent several years with Brivo, a software-as-a-service company providing cloud-based access control. At Brivo, she focused on dealer strategy and financial programs as their vice president of dealer development. Prior to that, Bond spent over a decade as senior vice president of business development at Alarm Capital Alliance (ACA), an industry leader in alarm company and alarm account acquisitions. At ACA she was responsible for increasing company growth through acquisition and driving the overall business-to-business development strategy.
Bond joins Davis Mergers and Acquisitions Group as a partner to continue their success in representing sellers of alarm and Integration companies.
“I am very excited to start a new chapter with Davis Group and look forward to working with this tenured team to contribute to their growth and further develop their extensive relationships with dealers throughout the country,” Bond said. “I am fortunate to be joining such a well-respected team that prides itself on integrity, relationships and decades of successful transactions.”
She currently serves on the Steering and Nominations committees of SIA’s Women In Security Forum and is the National Scholarship Task Force Chair for the Electronic Security Association (ESA).
“Kelly’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made her a key addition to the Davis Mergers & Acquisitions Group,” said Ron Davis, president. “We view her appointment as a sign of our increased growth and a demand for the type of support we offer our client base. The increasing demand from the industry led us to welcome an addition to our team who will help us generate and facilitate transactions, and broaden our relationships with our existing customers. I’m confident that Kelly will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality transactions for our industry.”