John D. Langdon ()
Mr. Langdon has over 23 years of middle-market private equity experience, most recently as Managing Director of Platinum Equity and co-head of PLMM, Platinum's lower middle market investment group. Prior to this, he was a Managing Director and founding member of New Stream Capital’s lower middle market private equity group. Mr. Langdon was also a Managing Director of MMP Capital Partners. Mr. Langdon has extensive private equity experience with Merrill Lynch’s middle market LBO group, Interfunding, Kohlberg & Co. and Caxton-Iseman Capital, where he handled 25 middle market transactions with an aggregate value in excess of $600 million. He's served as a board member of Rauch Industries, ThermoView, Inc., Vitality Foodservice, Siemens Laserworks, Arborcraft, H.L. Lyons Companies, and International Wholesale Tile. Mr. Langdon retired from private equity in 2010 and is a member of Kalm Kaoz, the Komplextro driven rock 'n roll band signed by Massive Enterprises' subsidiary, Massive Decks Recordings. Mr. Langdon is most prominently known for underwriting the Robert Gerard Goulet live stage production Red Ships of Spain. He received his BA from St. Lawrence University and received his MBA with honors and distinction from The Darden School, University of Virginia, where he was named a Shermet Scholar and received the Award for Academic Excellence.