With over $1.8 billion invested and having financed over 250 public companies since 1996, Southridge Capital’s five member management team is deeply experienced in providing its diverse clientele of small to middle market companies with advisory services, curated financing plans and other ‘out of the box’s solutions dedicated to supporting clients in each step of the growth process.
Under its advisory offerings, the Connecticut- based private equity firm engages clients through Financial Analysis, Balance Sheet Optimization, Mergers and Acquisitions procedures, Restructuring Analysis, Bankruptcy Advice and Legal Settlement.
Southridge Capital designs financial projections, performs debt and equity balance checks, negotiates debt structuring, and also focuses on litigation settlement.
Its structured finance planning services include Securitization, and Credit Enhancement. Southridge Capital can capture liquidity through its Equity Purchase Agreement, or monetize a company’s asset base by loaning against insider shares regardless of market conditions and without the need for red tape.
Outside of providing an array of financial solutions, Southridge Capital demonstrates corporate and social responsibility through philanthropy in the community and the world at large. Founder and CEO Stephan Hicks along with his wife, Mary, started the Daystar Foundation, an organization that has directly supported many other non for-profits such as LounsBury House, the Ridgefield Fountain Landmark, the Bradford Peterson Memorial Scholarship Fund to name a few.
The diversified financial holding firm remains committed to helping companies with the most unique and innovative approaches in their respective industries.
Most notable ventures include the $10 million Equity Purchase Agreement with ELayaway, a layaway payment processing and management services marketer in the retail, healthcare, sports and travel verticles; a $3M equity purchase with PureSafe Water Systems for innovations of water purification,an equity agreement with A5 for to create more effective medicines, and a $7M equity purchase with Adama Technologies, a hazardous waste disposal company. You can visit their Facebook page.