James Dondero and Mark Okada launched Highland Capital Management in 1993. HCM (Highland Capital Management) is an investment firm that specializes in providing all their clients with the best and most up to date investment advice they can so that their clients will receive the highest rate of return possible with the lowest risk liability. The business concentrates on global credit management.
Highland Capital Management offers such things as credit services, separate accounts, and custom strategic advice and answers to financial quandaries for not only businesses but also people in both the public and private sectors. HCM is becoming known for its general expertise on the subject of “global alternative credit management.” HCM is also registered with the SEC and also focuses on credit strategies, collateralized loan obligations (CLO), and special-situations and alternative private equity investments. Read this article at Dallas News.
The business also fills the needs of a number of various public pension plans, high net worth people, governments, foundations, financial institutions, and corporations. At press time, HCM, in conjunction with all of its affiliates, has amassed about $15.4 billion assets under management (AUM). Based in Dallas, Texas, the firm has additional offices worldwide.
In fact, Highland Capital has offices in places such as New York, Singapore, Seoul, and Sao Paulo. The company has a record of “giving back” to the numerous communities in which the company’s many staff members live and work. Furthermore, the firm works hard to bring about positive societal changes via volunteerism, cash donations, and the provision of specific advisory services to both neighborhood and international philanthropic groups. Learn more about Highland Capital at Affiliate Dork.
Dondero and the HCM staff also strive to keep their doors open to everyone. The company has recently stepped up its philanthropical game. The business has started to give back more than usual to the community.
Highland Capital Management’s goal is to become a top contributor to several non-profit organizations in the Dallas region. Indeed, the investment firm has given more than $3 million to various charity groups within the vicinity of Dallas. In the past 12-plus years, Highland Capital Management donated over $10 million to different charities.