Campbell (Cam) R. Dyer

Washington, DC
Technology & Business Services
Telecom & Media
Business Segment
Corporate Private Equity

Cam R. Dyer is a Managing Director and the Co-Head of the Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications group. Mr. Dyer focuses on buyout and growth equity investments in larger companies, including software, tech services, financial technology and payments, communications infrastructure and related supply chain businesses.

Since joining Carlyle in 2002, Mr. Dyer has been actively involved with the firm's investments in CommScope, Inc., Firth Rixson, Ltd. (acquired by Oak Hill), Open Link Financial, Inc. (acquired by H&F), Open Solutions, Inc. (acquired by Fiserv), SS&C Technologies, Inc., Sippican, Inc. (acquired by Lockheed Martin), and most recently Dealogic, Veritas Technologies, ION, ProKarma and Workforce Logiq.

Prior to joining Carlyle out of business school, Mr. Dyer was an Associate with the private equity firm William Blair Capital Partners (now Chicago Growth Partners). Mr. Dyer’s prior work experience also includes serving as an investment banking Analyst in the M&A Group of Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co. and as a summer Associate during business school with Bain & Co.’s Private Equity Group.

Mr. Dyer received a BS magna cum laude from Washington and Lee University and earned an MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar.

Mr. Dyer is currently a member of the boards of Dealogic Holdings plc, ION, ProKarma, Veritas Technologies and Workforce Logiq.