HealthpointCapital Names Mogul As Managing Director

Mar 14 2017 | 8:54pm ET

Healthcare-focused buyout firm HealthpointCapital has named industry veteran Mike Mogul as managing director. 

Mogul was formely CEO of Blackstone-owned orthopedic company DJO Global and was group president at Stryker Corporation, according to a statement. Under his leadership, DJO was market leader in both share and growth in non-operative orthopedic medical devices and was also the fastest growing manufacturer of Total Joint implants and Consumer Sports Medicine products.

Prior to joining DJO, Mike served as Group President, Orthopaedics for Stryker Corporation where he ran Stryker’s global orthopedic businesses. 

In his new role, Mogul joins the HealthpointCapital team led by chairman John Foster, who focused HealthpointCapital’s investment strategy onto the high growth, high margin musculoskeletal sector of Orthopedics. 

“Mike will bring CEO-level medical device leadership experience to our portfolio companies and has extensive global relationships in the musculoskeletal sector where he has spent the last 28 years,” said Foster “We are looking forward to pairing his talents with our very experienced investment team that is actively investing and mentoring companies in this sector.”

Based in New York, HealthpointCapital was founded in 2002. The company focuses exclusively on opportunities in the musculoskeletal industry and has more than $800 million in AUM.

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