Andrew Deiso is a former portfolio manager of Princeton Capital Corporation (“PCC”), a publicly traded company (Ticker: PIAC), which takes debt and equity (control and non- control) positions in companies. Mr. Deiso was responsible for the day-to-day management of eight companies, new deal flow, execution of new deals, and raising capital for the strategy. Mr. Deiso has also held numerous board positions for the PCC portfolio. Prior to PCC, Mr. Deiso was on the investment team at Princeton Advisory Group (“PAG”), a credit opportunity hedge fund and CLO with over $1 billion in assets under management. At PAG, Mr. Deiso covered energy, transportation, industrials, and packaging.
Taylor Moss spent the earlier part of his career as trustee of his family’s estate; he managed a portfolio of real estate holdings targeting the Sun Belt region of the United States. During this time, among other things, Mr. Moss handled wetlands delineation, district creation, bubble planning, and thoroughfare planning for a 2,500ac tract of land partially owned by the estate. Also on behalf of the estate, Mr. Moss facilitated, underwrote and allocated funds to a Miami based hospitality group on a deal specific and fund level.
David Rendon started his career as a general contractor in Houston with JE Dunn Construction Company, a Kansas City-based national builder. Mr. Rendon was directly involved in the execution of a wide variety of commercial building types, sizes, and geographic locations. Examples include two 400-unit 30-story apartment and condominium towers with retail mixed use; a 600-bed student housing for Texas A&M University; and a 220-unit student housing apartment with retail mixed use.
After working as a general contractor, Mr. Rendon moved to Hines to lead multifamily project construction efforts with their subsidiary owner-builder company. Mr. Rendon joined Thor Equities in 2015 to oversee construction execution of their largest mixed-use development in Houston called The Kirby Collection. The project included 199 luxury multifamily units, 185,000 sf of Class A office, and 65,000 sq. ft. of retail. The project was successfully completed on time and within budget and received various accolades and won the Houston Business Journal Mixed-Use Project of the Year.
Over his career, Mr. Rendon has served in the role of General Contractor, Owner-Builder, Owner’s Representative, and Developer with cumulative project experience exceeding $1BN.
Mr. Rendon received a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science from Texas A&M University.