OUR STORY

The Deep Field Story 

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched in 1990 with the goal of providing science with unparalleled insight into the nature of distant celestial objects and our universe. Situated above Earth’s atmosphere in order to be free of visual “noise” in its mission to create detailed imagery of our universe, the telescope is still in use today. The Hubble Deep Field image, created over ten days in late 1995, was a landmark achievement that represented the deepest image captured at the time and yielded one of the earliest pictures of young galaxies.

 

 

Deep Field Asset Management was founded in 2014 by Jordan Moelis to invest with a deep, long-range and unobstructed focus. Drawing on his experience at Oaktree Capital, Goldman Sachs’ Special Situations Group and most recently Serengeti Asset Management, Mr. Moelis’s investment philosophy is predicated on diligently and methodically evaluating a prospective investment’s long-term quality and sustainable outlook, while filtering out the “noise” that can give rise to poor investment decisions.

With a philosophically aligned team and a long-term capital base, Deep Field Asset Management’s objective is to continue generating attractive returns for its investors by seeing both the most nuanced details and the big picture for years to come.

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OUR NAME

The Hubble Deep Field

The Hubble Deep Field is an image of a small region in the  constellation Ursa Major, constructed from a series of observations by the Hubble Space Telescope. It covers an area about one 24-millionth of the whole sky and was assembled from 342 separate exposures taken with the Space Telescope's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 over ten consecutive days between December 18 and 28, 1995.

The Hubble Deep Field image is the result of Unrivaled Imagination, Unmatched Effort, and Unrelenting Focus

OUR TEAM

Working together since inception, the team at Deep Field brings a fresh, idiosyncratic perspective to investing

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Jordan Moelis

MANAGING PARTNER & PORTFOLIO MANAGER

Mr. Moelis is the Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager of Deep Field Asset Management, LLC.  Previously, from 2010-2014 he was a Research Analyst at Serengeti Asset Management LP, a $1.5bn multi-strategy investment firm.  At Serengeti, Jordan invested long and short across the capital structure in a variety of sectors, including most notably Metals & Mining, Consumer, Technology and Media.  He also played a significant role leading coverage of the firm’s substantial investments in liquidating estates and reinsurance. Mr. Moelis currently sits on the board of directors for Tonogold Resources, Inc. (TNGL), a precious metals mining and exploration company and Save Live, LLC, a business planning to acquire and manage live music venues.  Mr. Moelis is also a member of the investment committee of Center Capital Partners, LLC, a real estate private equity firm which was founded with the support of the Moelis Family. Jordan attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he graduated summa cum laude before receiving his M.B.A. from the same school.

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Jeff Farroni

CHIEF FINANCIAL & OPERATING OFFICER

Mr. Farroni is the Chief Financial & Operating Officer since inception of the Firm. From 2005-2012 he was the CFO of GPS Partners, a $2.0bln investment management firm. Mr. Farroni managed all operating aspects of a long/short equity firm from its launch at $50mm. Jeff was the CFO of Major League Soccer from its inception in 1995 to 1999 where he built and managed the league’s finance and administrative functions. Thereafter, he served as a financial consultant to several public & private companies, on strategic planning, acquisition integration, business development and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Mr. Farroni began his career in public accounting at the firm of Ernst & Young.  Jeff is a Certified Public Accountant, a graduate of the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University (M.B.A.) and the University of California at Santa Barbara (B.A.).

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Sam Winthrop

RESEARCH ANALYST

Mr. Winthrop is the Research Analyst since inception of the Firm. Previously, from 2011-2014 he was a Financial Analyst and Associate in the Financial Restructuring Group at Houlihan Lokey, a global investment bank where he advised debtor and creditor clients through recapitalizations, M&A and capital market transactions in a variety of sectors. Sam is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (B.S.) with a concentration in Finance and also earned a Minor in History through the College of the Arts and Sciences.

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Patrick Pucher, CFA

HEAD OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Mr. Pucher is the Head of Business Development. He builds alliances with investment sources and other capital allocators. Previously, Patrick was a Director at CrowdOut Capital, a specialty direct lender, and a Director at BlackGold Capital, an energy credit hedge fund. Patrick also worked at the global investment management firms Northern Trust Asset Management and State Street Global Advisors. He started his career as an analyst at the MWRD Retirement Fund.  Patrick attended Ball State University and he is a CFA Charterholder. 

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Dominique Labaki

OFFICE MANAGER

Miss Labaki is the Office Manager at Deep Field Asset Management, LLC. At Deep Field, Dominique supports the team with day-to-day proceedings of office and trade operations along with supporting the CFO/COO and the Managing Partner. Previously from 2015-2016, Dominique was an associate designer and assistant to the president of Built Inc, a design/build firm. She worked on the design and build out of many Los Angeles hospitality and commercial projects. From 2013-2015, Dominique supported the President of the Sam Francis Foundation on the Archive and Catalogue Raisonnée Projects of the artist Sam Francis. Dominique graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a double major in Political Science/ International Affairs and Global Studies.