Tony Ludlow

Over the past 19 years Mr. Ludlow has focused on acquiring, growing, and managing various public and private companies. During the past ten years he has been involved in more than 15 transactions.

Currently, Mr. Ludlow is a founder of Baymark Partners focused on investments in service based and technology middle-market companies. Prior to founding Baymark Partners, Mr. Ludlow was a Director, the General Counsel, and Chief Financial Officer of Transition Capital Partners, a middle-market private equity firm with over 25 investments in various service based businesses. Prior to joining Transition Capital Partners, Mr. Ludlow held various senior level positions in large and small public companies as well as practicing M&A, corporate, and securities law in a law firm.

Mr. Ludlow was a Vice President at Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (ACS), a $6.5 billion, Fortune 500 company in the business process and information technology outsourcing industry. He was responsible for integrating new acquisitions, internal business improvement consulting, negotiating complex contracts with Fortune 100 clients, and legal and accounting compliance.

Prior to ACS, Mr. Ludlow practiced M&A, corporate, and securities law at Hallett & Perrin, P.C., where he represented various publicly-traded and privately-held businesses in connection with public offerings of equity and debt, private placements of equity, venture capital and leveraged financing. He also represented various businesses in connection with mergers and negotiated acquisitions of assets and securities. Prior to working at the law firm, Mr. Ludlow worked at Dallas Semiconductor Corporation, a $350M manufacturing company where he held several accounting and finance positions and ultimately earned the position of Manufacturing Controller.

Mr. Ludlow received his JD from Southern Methodist University School of Law and a BBA in Accounting from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and a Certified Public Accountant.

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