Deepak Moorjani is a private equity investor. His private equity experience includes venture capital, leveraged buyouts and distressed value.
At The Lodestar Group and its successor entities, Deepak Moorjani primarily worked with Robert Pirie, Ken Miller, John Stevens Sheldon and Steve Baronoff. He played a key role in the monetization of The Lodestar Group’s leveraged buyout portfolio, including the restructuring and sale of David Dreman’s Dreman Value Management. He subsequently concentrated on technology M&A and venture capital, and he invested in Nortel Network’s spinout of Entrust Technologies (Nasdaq: ENTU).
At Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, Deepak Moorjani confirmed his Lodestar Group proposition: “Public Credit Should Emulate Private Equity.” This compensation restructuring is the primary solution to (i) reduce capital losses in the manufacturing of credit and (ii) inoculate primary dealers’ against insolvency.