STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LongRange Capital, a private equity firm focused on building better businesses, today announced the hiring of industry veterans Michele Reing as the firm’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, and Amar Doshi as a Senior Principal.
“LongRange seeks to work across a range of industries by partnering with management teams and other owners to build better businesses and drive long-term growth and value through a customer-focused approach,” said Bob Berlin, Founder and Managing Partner, LongRange Capital. “Both Michele and Amar share our investment and business philosophy, and I’m excited to welcome them to LongRange as we build out our team of operational and investment professionals.”
Ms. Reing was previously at The Carlyle Group, where she most recently served as Managing Director, Deputy Head of Fund Management. During nearly a decade at Carlyle, her other responsibilities included oversight of the firm’s corporate accounting teams in the United States, Asia, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sao Paulo as Global Corporate Controller. Prior to joining Carlyle, Ms. Reing was SVP and Corporate Controller of Interstate Hotels & Resorts, responsible for corporate and joint venture accounting and external and regulatory reporting, as well as corporate budgeting and forecasting. Ms. Reing holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from University of Maryland.
Mr. Doshi was previously a Principal at H.I.G. Capital, leading consumer, retail, food & beverage investing in the firm's Middle Market private equity group. He was responsible for all aspects of the investment process including origination, transaction structuring, financing and portfolio management. Prior to H.I.G., Mr. Doshi was a private equity investor at Centerbridge Partners and Bain Capital, and was previously a management consultant at Bain & Company. Mr. Doshi holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Columbia University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
About LongRange Capital
LongRange Capital was formed in 2019 to invest predominantly in private middle market businesses in fundamentally sound industries, including non-discretionary consumer, value-add industrials, and information-related and data-related services, among other segments. The firm’s capital offers the flexibility to be either a majority or minority owner as well as a partner to corporations and other shareholders. LongRange has the ability to make $50-400 million investments and is interested in working with management teams to help drive business growth and value creation over the long term. For more information, please visit www.longrangepartners.com.