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Howard D. Morgan
Managing Partner

Howard D. Morgan is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Argand as well as a member of the Management Committee and Investment Committee. He has been active in mid-market private equity for over 30 years. Howard was the President of Castle Harlan from 2010 to 2015 and joined Castle Harlan in 1996. From 1998 until 2015, he was also a member of the Board and associated Board committees of CHAMP. Previously, Howard was a partner at The Ropart Group, a private equity investment firm, and began his career as an Associate at Allen & Company, Inc. Howard is a Director and past Chairman of the Harvard Business School Club of New York, Chairman of the Parkinson’s Foundation, a Director of the Alexander Hamilton Institute and the World Press Institute, a Director and Treasurer of the Friends of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and a Trustee of the Naval War College Foundation. Mr. Morgan was a Director and officer of the Harvard Business School Alumni Board from 2006-2011. He received his B.A. from Hamilton College in Mathematics and Government and his M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.

Howard is a Director of Brintons Carpets, Concrete Pumping Holdings, Inc. (Chair, NASDAQ: BBCP) and OASE Living Water. He is a former director of over one dozen companies, including Industrea Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: INDU), Shelf Drilling, Pretium Packaging, IDQ Holdings, Securus Technologies, Baker & Taylor, Polypipe Global Holdings, Austar United Communications Ltd., Norcast Wear Solutions, AmeriCast Technologies, Ion Track Instruments, Land ‘N’ Sea Distributing, Penrice Soda Products, and various CHAMP entities.

Argand Companies

Brintons Carpets
Concrete Pumping Holdings
OASE Living Water
Industrea Acquisition Corp.

Other

AmeriCast Technologies
Austar Communications
Baker & Taylor
IDQ Holdings, Inc.
Ion Track Instruments
Land ‘N’ Sea Distributing
Norcast Wear Solutions
Penrice Soda Products
Polypipe Global Holdings
Pretium Packaging
Securus Technologies
Shelf Drilling