Southridge Capital Earns Recognition

In March 2018, Connecticut financial company Southridge Capitol was recognized as a significant player in financial services. This company, dedicated to offering innovative financial services to their clients, has helped over 250 public companies and invested over 1.8 billion dollars globally in growth companies since its inception. Southridge Capital, dedicated to the nurturing its social responsibilities, demonstrates its philanthropy through making a positive impact in the community through volunteer work, and community leadership.

 

Southridge Capital consists of a management team of Founder and CEO Stephen M. Hicks, Controller and CFO Narine Persaud, Director of Research, CPA, and CFA Laurence J. Ditkoff, COO, General Counsel JD and CFA Henry B. Sargent, and member of the portfolio management team Linda Carlsen.

 

Founded in 1996 and based in Ridgefield, Connecticut, Southridge is a private investment banking firm that customizes financial plans for their clients. This firm, dedicated to their clients, provides unique services in the areas of Advisory and Structured Finance. Advisory services include highly detailed financial analysis, restructuring analysis, balance sheet optimizations, mergers, and acquisitions; bankruptcy advice and legal settlements. Structured Finance services offered include financing solutions, securitization, and credit-enhancing.

 

According to prnewswire, other than providing out of the box financial services to its clients, Southridge Capital dedicated to the principals of social responsibility in philanthropy contributes to their community through community leadership, giving and volunteer work. These activities are carried out through faith-based charities and nonprofit organizations. In 1998, Founder and CEO of Southridge Capital, Stephen M. Hicks and his wife Mary started the Daystar Foundation. This organization, supporting some charitable organizations such as Ridgefield Sunrise Cottage, the Ridgefield Visiting Nurses Association, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of New York City, Walnut Community Hill Church, Western Connecticut Health Network Foundation/Danbury Hospital, the Ridgefield Fountain Landmark, and more. The Daystar Foundation has proven to be instrumental in supporting meaningful causes while making Southridge Capital’s mission fulfilling by making an impact in people’s lives. For more details you can visit their website southridge.com

 

 

Reference: http://newyork.citybizlist.com/article/286326/southridge-capital-entered-into-a-new-5-million-equity-purchase-agreement-with-andalay-solar