Michael Langdon

Michael Langdon was formerly a Partner at Price Waterhouse where his professional work included investigative, consultancy, reconstruction and corporate finance roles for large multinational clients. In 1986, he left to lead the reverse takeover of the quoted shell company that subsequently become Rutland Trust.


From his position as Chief Executive of the PLC, Michael was instrumental in assembling the initial central management team and in the development and execution of the firm’s strategic progress since then. After the evolution into a private equity Fund in 2000, Michael assumed the role of Chairman of Rutland Partners, which he held until his retirement at the end of 2017 at the age of 69 after over 30 years with Rutland.