Joey Paris is an associate on Satori’s private equity team. He is responsible for analyzing, evaluating, and conducting due diligence for new investment opportunities as well as monitoring and supporting Satori’s portfolio companies.
Prior to joining Satori, Joey worked as an investment banking analyst for Guggenheim Partners in its Restructuring and Liability Management Group, where he facilitated M&A, financing, and restructuring transactions. His responsibilities included identifying and tracking opportunities, evaluating capital structure solutions, conducting market research and other due diligence, building financial models, coordinating key constituents, and assisting with transaction execution. Previously, Joey worked as a summer analyst at Guggenheim and completed internships with ETB Consulting and Edge Capital.
Joey graduated with high distinction from the University of Virginia, where he was a Jefferson Scholar, Stamps Leadership Scholar, and Echols Scholar. He earned a B.A. in economics as part of UVA’s Distinguished Majors Program as well as a B.A. in mathematics. Joey received the Duncan Hyde Clark Outstanding Economics Major Award and was selected by the Economics Department faculty to give the valedictory address at the school’s commencement. While at UVA, Joey was involved with the Men’s Leadership Project, a mentoring program for middle school boys in the local community, and during his time at Guggenheim, he volunteered regularly with the NYC Meatloaf Kitchen and Tim Tebow’s Night to Shine event for individuals with special needs.
Joey lives in Dallas with his wife, Samantha, and enjoys basketball, musical theater, and travel.