Roy Dekel


Roy Dekel is a venture capitalist with over 10 years of real estate experience under his belt. He has invested in multiple markets including the finance and entertainment industries, merchant services and Real Estate Developments. Roy has served in multiple professional roles such as the Director of Business Development, President, Co-Founder, CEO, and Partner in his portfolio companies. In addition to his strong career track, Roy has served as an active member of a variety of charitable organizations, promoting the growth and development of the Israeli and Jewish communities.

Mr. Dekel is an Israeli native, serving 5 years in the military after which he immigrated to Los Angeles, California. In 2002, he became Director of Business Development at a construction and building Company. There, his primary responsibilities were to develop sales policies and effective reporting systems for all levels of business. Additionally, he succeeded in growing sales to 10MM per month and 120MM Annually. Roy maintained his position at the Company for 3 years after which he transitioned into his role at the DCH Home Development Company. He served as the president for 6 year, developing the corporate sales process, managing construction teams, and identifying pertinent investments.

In 2006, Roy Dekel became the CEO of The CA Merchant & Investment Group. Again, he was able to build and promote the company’s investment policies, sales guidelines, and new commercial account relationships. Roy maintained this role from 2006 to 2009 while balancing his position as the CEO & Partner of LAG Entertainment Group. At LAG Entertainment, Roy was able to review investment deals in the entertainment field. Moreover, he was an associate producer for the 2008 film “Killer Pad”. The palpable success of Roy Dekel’s leadership enables him to have a positive impact on the growth of the company and his own professional development.

Roy In The Community:

As a community leader, Roy is a strong advocate for Jewish and Israeli community prosperity. He is an active member of the Israeli American Council (IAC) and the American Technion Society. Both organizations strive to maintain Israeli cultural tradition and provide opportunities to members of the community. Roy also participates in Larger than Life — L.A. Family, an organization committed to improving the quality of life for children suffering from cancer or terminal illness.