Mark Angelson is an industrialist, a mergers and acquisitions expert, a non-practicing lawyer, a teacher and a philanthropist. He has played a leading role in the creation of billions of dollars in value for equity and debt investors in very challenging circumstances, and has been widely recognized for his leadership, team building, deal making and corporate integration skills, and for his work ethic. Mr. Angelson became Chairman of the Board of World Color Press Inc. (formerly Quebecor World, Inc.), the second largest provider of print and related services in the western hemisphere, in July, 2009 and Chairman and CEO two months later. In July 2010, World Color Press was acquired by Quad/Graphics. That combination created a New York Stock Exchange-listed company with pro forma revenues of approximately $5 billion and nearly 30,000 employees on three continents. Mr. Angelson was a principal architect of that highly complex transaction, which completed his involvement in an unprecedented transformation of the printing industry. He joined the board of directors of Quad/Graphics upon closing, and chairs the Quad/Graphics board committee on integration and consolidation. Mr. Angelson served from 2007-2009 as Chairman of MidOcean Partners (formerly Deutsche Banc Capital Partners), a New York and London-based investment firm. Previously, Mr. Angelson led the 2003-2007 consolidation of the printing industry, combining RR Donnelley and other leading firms in the Americas, Europe and Asia and creating the world's largest provider of printing and related services, with $11 billion in annualized revenues, 600 locations and more than 60,000 employees. In RR Donnelley’s press release announcing Mr. Angelson’s retirement in the spring of 2007, Stephen M. Wolf, non-executive Chairman of the Donnelley Board, stated, "Mark Angelson moves on with our thanks and our high regard. Since 2003, we have more than doubled revenues, profits, and shareholder value. Mark led this successful effort, assembled our superb management team for the future and delivered on his promise to return our company to its leadership position." Before serving as CEO and a director of RR Donnelley, Mr. Angelson served as CEO and a director of Moore Wallace, which at that time was the Americas' third largest printing company. He was a principal architect of the merger of RR Donnelley and Moore Wallace and the earlier merger of Wallace and Moore, where he served as non-executive Chairman and Lead Independent Director. Previously, Mr. Angelson served in various positions, including as Deputy Chairman, at Big Flower Press and at its successor, Vertis. At Big Flower, he was involved in approximately 30 acquisitions and related financings, and the $2 billion leveraged re-capitalization and sale of control of the company. He also served as Deputy Chairman of Chancery Lane Capital, a New York-based investment firm. Mr. Angelson began his career in 1975 as a lawyer with Sullivan & Cromwell. From 1982 through 1995, he practiced with Sidley & Austin, serving as Co-Chair of International Operations and Resident Managing Partner of the law firm's offices in Singapore, New York and London. During this period, he participated in the development of substantial, notably successful law practices in each of those cities. Mr. Angelson is a Trustee and Treasurer of the Institute of International Education (IIE), which administers, among many programs, the Fulbright Scholarship Program for the US Department of State. He also is a member of the Selection Committee of IIE's Scholar Rescue Fund. Mr. Angelson is a Trustee of Northwestern University (where he teaches mergers and acquisitions at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and serves on the university's investment committee). He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Pilgrims, a director of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce. Mr. Angelson was graduated from Rutgers College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and from Rutgers Law School. In 2006, he was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Laws by the John Marshall Law School.