High Road Capital Partners Adds Daniel Gaspar as VP

High Road Capital Partners said Monday that it had added Daniel Gaspar as a vice president. Previously Gaspar worked in private equity at Gotham Private Equity Partners and Trimaran Capital Partners. He has served on the boards of Cyalume Technologies, Intergis and Two-Twenty Records Management. Formed in 2007, High Road Capital focuses on smaller middle market deals. The firm manages $150 million of committed capital.


High Road Capital Partners (www.highroadcap.com) is pleased to announce that it has hired Daniel J. Gaspar as Vice President. Gaspar will be responsible for executing platform company acquisitions and related financings, and implementing add-on acquisition strategies at those platform companies.

Prior to joining High Road, Gaspar worked in private equity at Gotham Private Equity Partners and Trimaran Capital Partners, where he was responsible for sourcing investment opportunities, leading due diligence and negotiations, and managing portfolio companies. He previously served on the boards of directors of Cyalume Technologies (OTC: CYLU), Intergis, LLC and Two-Twenty Records Management, LLC. Gaspar started his career as an investment banker in the Global Media and Communications group at Morgan Stanley. Gaspar received a B.S. in economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. in finance from Columbia Business School, graduating beta gamma sigma.

“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.”

High Road Capital Partners
High Road Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on smaller middle market transactions. High Road was formed in 2007 and currently manages over $150 million of committed capital. High Road focuses on niche-leading companies with revenues of $10 million to $100 million and EBITDA of $3 million to $10 million. Once acquired, High Road works in partnership with management to take the companies to the next level, with the expectation of doubling or tripling EBITDA during the course of its ownership through a combination of organic growth initiatives and add-on acquisitions.