Southridge Capital is a company offering advice and financial structuring for publicly owned companies. Beginning in 1996, Southridge has invested over $1.8 billion into businesses around the globe. Their financial experts strive to develop creative and state of the art ways to help their unique client base find financial security. Southridge Capital has a central team that creates and implements finance strategies for its clients. This management team consists of five financial experts who work diligently to ensure a positive outcome for clientele. As advisors, Southridge can offer financial analysis, balance sheet optimization, restructuring advice, bankruptcy help, as well as assisting with mergers. A more structured aspect of Southridge’s offerings include assistance with securitization, credit enhancement and finding solutions for financing.
Southridge Capital knows that businesses need financing, but may not always understand all of the available options. Therefore, Southridge takes it upon themselves to not only think find unique solutions for financing but work with existing assets and capital while including existing creditors in the discussion to fully optimize all of their client’s opportunities. Southridge’s Equity Purchase Agreement allows their clients to gain capital based on their needs or wants alone, without regard to the current market environment. Products offered include convertible preferred stock and offering loans against regular stock.
A major part of Soutridge Capital’s identity is its understanding of its responsibility to social causes. Philanthropy is key in the structure of the company and it supports volunteering and giving both officially as a company and casually. Southridge strives to be community leaders and believes this will have an impact on both smaller communities and society as a whole, in turn reinforcing the company. Southridge Capital provides monetary support for charities including the Daystar Foundation, Lounsbury House, Bradford Peterson Memorial Scholarship Fund, Eric B. Huss Scholarship Fund. The financial company also supports the Ridgeville Fountain Landmark and The Ridgeville Community Center, Walnut Community Hill Church, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church along with the Western Connecticut Health Network Foundation and Danbury Hospital, the Ridgefield Visiting Nurses Association and numerous other faith based and non-profit organizations. Visit Southridge’s Linked In page and Facebook.