Paul B. Edgerley

Co-Founder and Managing Director

Paul Edgerley is a Managing Director and co-founder of VantEdge Partners, a private investment family office group focused on building partnerships with extraordinary management teams to grow excellent businesses. He previously served as a Principal and Managing Director at Bain Capital from 1988 until his retirement in January 2016. During his time at Bain Capital, Mr. Edgerley played a senior leadership role in the firm, co-leading the private equity business, overseeing the firm’s expansion into Asia, and serving as the co-head of the firm’s investment committee. Since his retirement, he continues to serve as a Senior Advisor to Bain Capital.

Paul currently serves on the Board of Directors of Sensata Technologies, and Hero MotoCorp. He also serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Boston Celtics since 2002 and the Kansas City Royals.

Paul also serves as the Chairman of SIPPRA, a bi-partisan commission of the Federal Government, the Dean’s Advisory Board at Harvard Business School, the Harvard Global Advisory Committee, the Board of Massachusetts General Hospital, the Board of Year Up, the Board of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation and the board of the Aspen Art Museum. Historically he served on the Executive Committee of the Trust Board of Kansas State University, Children’s Hospital Trust Board, the Board of New Profit, Inc., the US Board of Right to Play and was Co-chair of the Harvard University Capital Campaign and Co-Chair of the Harvard Campaign for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Prior to joining Bain Capital, Paul spent five years at Bain & Company where he worked as a Consultant and Manager in the healthcare, information services, retail and automobile industries. Previously, he was a certified public accountant working at Peat Marwick, Mitchell & Company. Paul was awarded an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Kansas State University.

He and his wife Sandy, have four grown children, and reside in Brookline, Massachusetts .