Southridge Capital was founded in 1996 by Stephen Hicks, a trained business administrator. Mr Hicks started the financial consultancy based on the financial skills he had picked up while working in a small New York-based hedge fund that closed down.
Today, Southridge Capital LLC has grown to a large organization serving over 250 portfolio companies. It brags of a team of administrators with instinctive financial and investment abilities.
Services offered by Southridge Capital LLC
Southridge Capital provides an array of innovative financial solutions that cover all financial bases. Some of the services are; financial analysis, debt & equity management, reform analysis, and bankruptcy advice.
Apart from the consultancy services, Southridge Capital finances its portfolio companies, as a way to upturn their competence. To date, the principal advisory firm has invested over $1.8 billion in emerging companies.
Also, Southridge’s team of experts helps its client companies to monetize their assets, as well as mend their creditworthiness.
Southridge Capital LLC’s Philanthropy services
Southridge Capital’s CEO is a member of Daystar Foundation, a philanthropic organization that funds volunteer groups, and community initiatives. Furthermore, Mr. Hicks’ foundation supports other not for profit organizations that help the less fortunate.
Some of the charities that benefit from Daystar Foundation and Southridge Capital are; Walnut Community Hill Church, the Ridgefield Community Center, and Save a Child’s Heart Foundation.
Southridge Capital’s administrative team
Southridge Capital runs under the administration of Stephen Hicks, as the Chief Executive Officer, Laurence J. Ditkoff, the Director of research, and Narine Persaud as the CFO. Henry B. Sargent is the company’s general counsel, and Linda Carlsen is a member.
About Stephen Hick, Southridge’s CEO
Stephen Hick has been an active business administrator and professional investor for over three decades. He commenced his career after graduating with a master’s in business administration from Fordham University.
As Southridge Capital’s CEO, Mr. Hicks spends most of his time supervising his team, as well as making strategies that could improve his company’s efficacy. In addition, the CEO spends his time looking for new investment opportunities, as well as supervising the progress of existing projects. You can visit their website southridge.com