Mr. Moross is Chairman & CEO of Falconhead Capital which he founded in 1998. Mr. Moross has enjoyed a long history as an investor in the consumer private equity industry, having built an investment firm focusing in the sports, entertainment, leisure, lifestyle and media sectors. In 1998, Mr. Moross created a partnership with IMG, the world’s premier sports marketing and management company. Together they founded the first institutionally managed sports and sports media investment fund, Sports Capital Partners. After its first fund, Sports Capital Partners was renamed Falconhead Capital Partners, an investment firm owned by Mr. Moross. Falconhead raised and invested additional committed funds focusing in the same sectors. Today the firm is actively involved in acquiring and building leading growth companies in the sports, media and consumer sectors. Mr. Moross has served on the following boards - ESPN Classic Sports, Europe; Maritime Telecommunications Network, LLC; National Power Sport Auctions, LLC; NYDJ Apparel Company; ESCORT Holdings, LLC; Competitor Group, LLC; Bollé Inc.; Rita’s Italian Ices, LLC and GPSi Holdings, LLC. Mr. Moross started his career with Whitehall Financial Group, a multi-billion dollar family investment office and rose to the position of Vice Chairman of the group in 1993. At Whitehall he was responsible for sourcing, initiating, investing and exiting private equity opportunities focusing on a broad range of industries including energy, financial services, technology and shipping.
Mr. Moross serves as Chairman of the Falconhead Charitable Foundation, Trustee of the Weizmann Institute of Science, is a member of the Development Board of the University of Texas at Austin, a Trustee of the Silver Shield Foundation and serves on the board of the New York Armory Foundation. He has also served as a Board Director of the NY Fund for Public Health, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and was a Vice Chairman of 2014 NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee.
Mr. Moross obtained a BA in Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 1983.