Southridge Capital has given solutions to the financial questions of its clients since 1966. The Southridge Capital Executive team represents over a hundred years of financial solutions experience. Southridge Capital prides itself in financing young upstart companies and has funded over 250 since 1966 with a total of over $1.8B in financing.
Multiple Financing Opportunities
Southridge Capital offers numerous financial tools for businesses: Financial Analysis, Balance Sheet Optimization, Bankruptcy Advice, Mergers and Acquisitions, Restructuring Analysis and Legal Settlement.
Southridge Capital offers several services for financing for large or small businesses such as Securitization, Credit Enhancing, and Financing Solutions, designed to help companies raising capital thru optimizing their resources. When debt faces a business Southridge Capital can speak to the creditor on behalf of the market to find a solution to minimize liability and maintain creditworthiness.
Management Team at Southridge Capital
Stephen M. Hicks is the Founder and CEO of Southridge Capital, since 1996. CFO is Narine Persaud. COO is Henry B. Sargent, who is also JD and CFA. Linda Carlsen has worked with the portfolio management team for several years. CFA and CPA of Southridge Capital are Laurence J. Ditkoff.
Southridge Capital keeps its focus on building the community in which it operates its business. The Southridge Management Team encourages volunteer work in the community as well as actively helping non-profit organizations or faith-based groups. Stephen Hicks and his wife founded Daystar Foundation for the sole purpose of giving back to the community. Southridge Capital seeks to have a positive impact on the community and have influence locally and nationwide thru volunteer outreach. For more details visit LinkedIn.
Some of the recent contributions Southridge Capital has made to non-profit groups has been to support Lounsbury House, Bradford Peterson Memorial Scholarship Fund, the Ridgefield Community Center and Danbury Hospital. Charitable giving has been part of the way Southridge Capital has operated for decades, balancing assistance to the community while providing financial leadership to businesses.
Southridge Capital knows and understands its indebtedness to the community of people that have made it successful. Southridge Capital continues to reach out and become partners with non-profits that struggle financially in support of the services they provide to the community. You can visit their website southridge.com