We invest in companies that deliver value to the healthcare system by enabling the provision of higher quality care at lower unit cost.
Bob Juneja is a co-founder and Partner of Harbour Point Capital ("HPC") and a Senior Advisor to Irving Place Capital ("IPC"), a middle market private equity investment firm. Prior to co-founding HPC in 2015, Bob was an investment professional with Irving Place Capital for 14 years, most recently as Senior Managing Director, leading the firm's investments in the healthcare sector.
Bob has 17 years of private equity investing experience and, prior to joining Irving Place Capital in 2000, was an investment professional with Sagaponack Partners, Madison Dearborn Partners and an investment banker at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ). Bob has also served in a senior operating role of a private equity-backed portfolio company, as Vice President of corporate development for Destia Communications.
Bob lives in Manhattan with his wife and their three children.
Bret Bowerman is a co-founder and Partner of Harbour Point Capital and a Senior Advisor to Irving Place Capital.
Prior to forming Harbour Point Capital in 2015, Bret was an investment professional with Irving Place Capital for 8 years, most recently as a Principal focused on the healthcare sector. Prior to joining IPC in 2007, Bret worked as an investment professional for GoldenTree Asset Management, DB Capital Partners and an investment banker with Credit Suisse First Boston. Bret also served in a senior operating role of a private equity-backed portfolio company, as Director of Financial Planning & Analysis for Jenny Craig, Inc.
Bret lives in Larchmont, NY with his wife and four children. He is on the Board of Directors of GiGi’s Playhouse and is a former Director of the National Down Syndrome Congress, both of which are national non-profit disability advocacy groups. .
David Crane is a Partner at Harbour Point Capital.
Prior to joining Harbour Point, David was the Chairman and CEO of National Surgical Healthcare, an owner and operator of orthopedic-focused, surgical facilities in partnership with local physicians. Previously, David served as Founder, Chairman, and CEO of NewHope Bariatrics, a healthcare facilities company that develops and operates ambulatory surgery centers that serve the needs of the morbidly obese. Previously, Mr. Crane spent 15 years as first COO and then CEO of MedCath Inc., a developer of physician joint ventured heart hospitals throughout the U.S. Prior to joining MedCath, he served as COO of MediVision Incorporated, a Bain Capital-backed start-up that built and managed physician partnered ambulatory surgical centers.
David lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife.
Ben Schlang joined Harbour Point Capital in 2016 and is a Vice President. He has been involved in principal investing since 2012.
Before joining Harbour Point, Ben was an Associate at Sopris Capital, a growth equity firm that seeks to invest in fast growing healthcare and tech-enabled services companies. Prior to that, Ben was an Analyst at Roark Capital Group focusing exclusively on buyout investments in the retail and consumer industries.
Mr. Schlang received a B.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.
Lindsay Peterson joined Harbour Point Capital in 2018 and is a Senior Associate.
Before joining Harbour Point, Lindsay was an Associate at Irving Place Capital working on private equity transactions across healthcare and industrial industries. Prior to that, Lindsay was an investment banking analyst at Deutsche Bank.
Lindsay received a BA in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Adam Seiden joined Harbour Point Capital in 2018 and is an Associate.
Before joining Harbour Point, Adam was an Analyst at Houlihan Lokey working on raising privately placed capital across a variety of industries. Prior to that, Adam was an Analyst at CIT Group focusing on leveraged finance transactions within the healthcare middle market.
Adam received a B.B.A. in Finance from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.