High Road Capital Partners Taps Gaspar As VP

Jun 14 2011 | 3:20pm ET

High Road Capital Partners has hired Daniel J. Gaspar as vice president.

Gaspar, who has worked for Gotham Private Equity Partners and Trimaran Capital Partners, will be responsible for executing platform company acquisitions and related financings, and implementing add-on acquisition strategies at those platform companies.
 
Gaspar previously served on the boards of directors of Cyalume Technologies, Intergis, and Two-Twenty Records Management. He started his career as an investment banker in the global media and communications group at Morgan Stanley.

“Dan has great experience in smaller middle market private equity deals and will be a tremendous resource in handling the substantial deal flow we are seeing,” said Bob Fitzsimmons, High Road’s managing partner. “We are very pleased to add Dan to the High Road team.”
 
Formed in 2007, High Road Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on smaller middle market transactions.  It currently manages over $150 million of committed capital. 


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