Semi+Cap Equity Partners is building an innovative culture of integrity and performance that delivers organizational success by empowering people to focus on client objectives in a team-centric environment.
Douglas Rogers, Founder & Principal
Investment Banking (IB)
Douglas is a senior Investment Banker who focuses on Semiconductors, IT and the Electronics Supply Chain. Mr. Rogers has nearly twenty-five years' Capital Markets and Financial Services experience. He has represented over $500M of equity, debt and M&A transactions and has acted as Financial Advisor for numerous public and private issuers.
Douglas was also Founder of ManageSource Financial Group, a nationally recognized independent equity research, valuation and CFO services firm.
Douglas is based in San Francisco and holds a Bachelors in History & Economics from Cornell University.
FINRA Series 7, 66, 24, 79, 99
Adriana Piltz, Executive Director
Operations & Capital Markets Consulting
Adriana is a senior operations and capital markets consulting executive with over twenty years experience as a Director of Research, Chief Operating Officer and securities industry professional.
Adriana helps run and manage SCE's deal-flow and also helps clients remediate internal financial operations initiatives and institute best practices for corporate F,P&A.
Adriana is also the Founder of Nicky's Garden of Hope, a non-profit dedicated to developing long-term housing and care facilities for adult disabled persons.
Asaf Katzir, Analyst
Corporate Research (CR)
Asaf is an analyst with our Corporate Research department developing critical foundational elements of SCE’s research platform.
Asaf has prior experience working in advisory roles for software implementations in the healthcare and professional services industries. He also spent two years as an equity research analyst covering Industrials, Transportation, and Energy in a value-based long equity fund.
Asaf is based in San Francisco and holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Economics, and Psychology from The University of Alabama where he was a Randall Research Scholar.