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Jan 8 2008 | 1:00am ET
Former RR Donnelley CEO Mark Angelson has joined New York- and London-based private equity firm MidOcean Partners as chairman.
Before leading RR Donnelley, Angelson headed Moore Wallace, which was North America's third-largest printing company.
He was a principal architect its merger with RR Donnelly, and the earlier merger of Wallace and Moore, where he served as non-executive chairman and lead independent director.
“Mark brings to us a unique skill set, as an accomplished private equity professional, corporate CEO and leader,” said Ted Virtue, founder and CEO of MidOcean. “Mark’s extensive experience in the US and European markets and his familiarity with our people and platform will provide an immediate and significant benefit to us.”
MidOcean manages multiple p.e. funds with total commitments in excess of $3 billion.
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