Hidden Harbor Capital Partners Names Joy as Principal

Mar 2 2017 | 9:50pm ET

Hidden Harbor Capital Partners has named former Cerberus Capital Management executive Andre Joy as a principal in the firm.

In his new role, Joy will be responsible for sourcing and closing new investments, conducting due diligence, and working closely with the partners in managing the firm’s portfolio.

Prior to joining Hidden Harbor, Joy was a vice president at Cerberus, where he focused on making private equity investments in operational turnarounds and special situations as well as portfolio company development. Beforehand, he was an associate at Comvest Partners and began his career as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Joseph, where he advised companies undergoing financial and operational restructurings.

“Andrew’s investment experience in our core industries of manufacturing, business services, transportation and logistics, and industrials will be invaluable as we build the firm’s portfolio,” said John Caple, managing partner of Hidden Harbor. “Having previously worked with him, we know Andrew is a strong asset to our team, thanks to his work ethic, intellect, and track record for adding value to portfolio companies.”

Founded last year by Caple and David Block and headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Hidden Harbor Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on lower-middle market opportunities, particularly value-oriented, operationally intense situations. 


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