Stephen M. Hicks is an American entrepreneur and businessman who rose to fame after he established the Southridge Capital. He founded the company back in 1996, and his leadership helped the company experience growth through the years. He has been in the investment industry for more than 30 years, and the experiences that the industry taught him helped him decide to build the Southridge Capital from scratch. Stephen M. Hicks is an alumnus of the King’s College in Briarcliff Manor, New York, where he received his degree in business administration, and he also attended the Fordham University in New York City where he got his MBA.
Based on the interviews with Stephen M. Hicks, he revealed that the idea for creating the Southridge Capital came after he had an experience working with a hedge fund company in New York. The principal who created the hedge fund company decided to go back to Australia, and Stephen M. Hicks was left alone looking after the company. He was told that the former principal of the company would have to wind down in Australia, and he was entrusted with most of the company’s operations. However, without the principal supporting him and telling him what to do, he felt like he is doing a lot of damage within the company. Stephen M. Hicks decided to establish his hedge fund after learning that he will be looking after his principal’s hedge fund. It was a bizarre experience according to Stephen M. Hicks because the principal of the company allowed him to work two jobs – one would be a job with his client, and the other would be a job founded by himself. You can visit their website southridge.com
Stephen M. Hicks stated that those who would need financing could go straight directly to their company and they will be the ones who would process it. Southridge Capital would provide the needs of their clients, and it depends on their financial background. Those who do not have any financial assets would also be guided by the company, because their target is to create as many wealthy people as possible, with using only the available machines and studies in the industry.