Companies and individuals are always looking for a steady stream of financing for their projects. However, market conditions and other situations can it make it harder to access that capital. Now, one company is making it easier for almost any business or individual to get the funding they need. That company, Southridge Capital, is known as an innovator in the world of alternative financing.
So who exactly is Soutridge Capital? According to a recent article, Southridge is one of the most innovative financing companies in the United States. In the past decade, the company has helped thousands of their clients get the funding they need or manage their debt.
Southridge Capital offers their clients a number of structured finance services to help their clients. For instance, Southride can help a client monetize their asset base in order to secure the funds that they need. Specific types of strategies include loans against a company’s assets, insider shares or capital assets.
For companies that need a little help with their credit, Southridge helps their clients with a unique credit enhancing service. By helping their clients eliminate their debt by offering common stock, Southridge’s clients are able to make themselves more attractive to banks and other lending entities.
In addition to their structured financing services, Southridge Capital also offers a number of financial advisory services. These services include everything from financial analysis, balance sheet optimization, restructuring analysis, bankruptcy advice, legal settlement, and mergers & acquisition. Check out bizjournals.com for more.
Led by CEO Stephen Hicks, Southridge Capital not only works hard for their clients, the company also works equally hard to give back to their community. The Daystar Foundation is led by Stephen and Mary Hicks to improve health, education, preservation and arts through community services. Among the company supported by the Daystar Foundation include the Ridgefield Community Center, Western Connecticut Health Network Foundation/Danbury Hospital, Save a Child’s Heart Foundation, Walnut Community Hill Church, the Bridgeport Rescue Mission, the Ridgefield Visiting Nurses Association, and Christ and Stephen’s Episcopal Church (NYC).