The Journey of Southridge Capital with Stephen Hicks at the Front Seat
Southridge Capital LLC is a major player in financial services at Connecticut. The company is committed to provide the best structured finance as well as advisory services to public companies. The company has worked to satisfy its clients through its innovative spectrum of financial solutions.
It brings together experts in the sector and managers who have a vast understanding of financial dynamics. Its financial plans are helping companies to grow at a very high rate. Since its conception, Southridge Capital LLC has been focused on investing in start-ups and so far, it has invested in a number of them. The investments have seen it spend $1.8 billion in over 250 companies across the world. Its association with growing companies made it start offering corporate consultancy and other services to the startups.
It has developed a strong expertise in projected financial statement formulations that go hand in hand with financial as well as operational assumptions. Companies also rely on Southridge Capital for balance sheet optimization as well as individualized financial strategies. It balances equity with debt on behalf of clients while at the same time putting in place strategies that can propel the client company forward. Away from that, other services it provides includes; restructuring analysis, bankruptcy advisory, M&As and legal settlement services. For more details visit LinkedIn.
Stephen M. Hicks founded Southridge Capital in 1996. He has played a major role in spearheading the efforts of the company. With over 30 years of experience, Stephen Hicks specializes on business development and implementation and formulating business strategies at the company.His leadership team is made up of Linda Carlsen, Laurence J. Ditkoff, Narine Persaud and Henry B. Sargent.
Back in 1996, Southridge started small, as a hedge fund. Stephen M. Hicks worked around the clock to expand the company not only nationwide, but also globally. Narrating about what led to the decision of founding Southridge, Stephen M. Hicks said that his job at a New York-based hedge fund threatened to hit the rocks after its owner decided to close it down and move back to his home country Australia. The owner of the hedge fund allowed him to start his own hedge fund while working for him to wind up the firm’s operations. That saw Southridge Capital come to existence.