Baird Capital Adds Three Operating Partners

May 9 2008 | 5:16am ET

Baird Capital Partners, the U.S.-based buyout fund of Baird Private Equity, has hired Tom Hodson, Harry Schulman and A.J. Wasserstein as operating partners. In their new advisory roles, they will work with BCP’s sector-focused teams in sourcing, evaluating and overseeing portfolio company investments.

Hodson is currently chairman and chief executive of NeuroSource, a health care company and Schulman joins BCP from Applica, where he served as chief executive of the distributor of small appliances.

Wasserstein will work with BCP to source, evaluate and oversee investment opportunities in the business services sector, specifically the facilities, rental and industrial services areas. He is the founder of ArchivesOne, a pan-regional records management company.

Baird Capital Partners was established in 1989 and invests in lower middle-market companies in the business services, manufactured products and healthcare sectors.


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