The Detroit chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth, a nonprofit organization of private equity firms, corporations, and lenders, has elected Andrew W. MacLeod as president. He will serve a two year term on the board of directors.
MacLeod is a member of the Detroit law firm Dickson Wright. He focuses on corporate business and tax law, including the facilitation of mergers and acquisitions, financings, organizations of business entities, and private equity funds. In addition, he acts as a counsel to private equity funds and as general counsel to multiple companies.
Since 2008, MacLeod has been a member of ACG. He has been involved in the program committee, and he has assisted with the planning of member events. In 2015, he was named to the organizations board of directors and, in 2017, he was named co-chair of programs.
Simultaneously, MacLeod is the treasurer and councilmember of both the Tax Section of the Michigan Bar and the board of directors for the Grosse Pointe Hockey Association. In addition, he is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Metropolitan Detroit Bar Association.
MacLeod received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and his juris doctor and Master of Laws in taxation degree from Wayne State University.
ACG Detroit was named chapter of the year for two out of the last four years by ACG Global.