Snow Phipps Group Names Langdon Operating Partner

Nov 15 2010 | 11:19am ET

Campbell Langdon has been named an operating partner at New York-based private equity firm Snow Phipps Group.

Langdon, who comes to the Snow Phipps Group from ADP (and prior to that the consulting firm McKinsey and Company), will draw on his experience to identify and evaluate investment opportunities in the business services industry.

Snow Phipps Group Managing Partner Ian Snow said: “Business services is a core investment sector for Snow Phipps, and Campbell’s proven ability to create value in such companies will bring significant investment and operating expertise to our firm, which I am confident will lead to many successful transactions.”
 
Snow Phipps’ operating partner strategy relies on experienced senior industry executives who improve and expand transaction sourcing, apply their expertise to Snow Phipps’ due diligence, and execute value creation business strategies.

Langdon received his MBA from the Harvard Business School and his AB (magna cum laude) in Economics from Harvard College.


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