Senior Leadership Team

Dipak P Jogia 

Managing Partner and Co-Founder

Dipak Jogia is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder at Highmore. 

 

Prior to Highmore, Dipak was the Head of Alternative Investments Research at Oppenheimer & Co.  While at Oppenheimer Dipak was responsible for the direction and management of Oppenheimer’s investment research and sourcing of alternative investments where he restructured and re-built their entire research process into a proprietary and repeatable framework.

Prior to joining Oppenheimer Asset Management in 2012, Dipak was a Partner at FrontPoint Partners, a multi-strategy hedge fund partnership based in Greenwich, Connecticut. At FrontPoint, Dipak was a member of the FrontPoint Multi-Strategy Fund Portfolio Team, the FrontPoint Volatility Investments Strategy and the Manager Selection Group. As a member of the FrontPoint Multi-Strategy Fund Portfolio Team, he was responsible for the development, management, and execution of the investment process, which included leading  the  investment  committee,  the  capital  and  risk  allocation  process,  as  well  as  investment  team  monitoring  and development. As an investment team member of the FrontPoint Volatility Investments Strategy, he worked with the investment team to source, analyze, structure, and portfolio manage macro investments with a long volatility profile.  As a member of the Manager Selection Group he was focused on the origination and due-diligence of new investment teams and strategies, as well as structuring and negotiating partnership terms.

Prior to joining FrontPoint in 2005, Dipak worked at Abbey National in London where he was responsible for sourcing and evaluating absolute return managers as well as monitoring portfolio investments. He started his career at Key Asset Management, a European fund of hedge funds, where he was responsible for business development and investment team sourcing.  Dipak received a BA in History, a postgraduate Diploma in Economics and an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics and Political Science.