Highland Capital Management is an investment and financial advisory company operating with a valuation of $ 15.4 billion in assets. It is among the reliable entities in Texas that have brought economic stability or better still financial sanity. Its highly successful affiliated company Highland Alternative investors under Michael Gregory, the Chief Investment Officer and James Dondero – the co-founder.
Gregory is the financial brain for the group who manages the small capitalization stock fund that has almost tripled under his tenure. He has an undisputed mastery of profitable investment venture and accords his felt impact to credit competency of Highland Capital Management. These investments have yielded great returns about half of all the annual revenues according to the comprehensive financial statement of 2016.
Highland Alternative Investors manages a portfolio of products along five major lines: healthcare, real estate, energy, financials and consumer discretionary. Healthcare stocks are the most promising. For companies such as Colleguim and Pacira Pharmaceuticals growth in sales and market share is notable. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another managed dimension with skyrocketing gains. Western Gas Equity Partners and Tesoro Logistics LP has been earning a dividend of 4.08% and 6.36% respectively. Financial management guarantees efficiency while assets are managed to be high-performing.
About Highland Capital Management
It was established in 1993 through a partnership pact of James Dondero and Mark Okada and placed the main offices in Dallas, Texas. It has subsidiary operations in Sao Paulo, Singapore, Seoul and the City of New York. Highland Capital Management core operations are in hedge funds, collateralized loans, alternative investment, pension plans, private equity ( in distressed or unique stocks) and emerging market trends. Its clientele includes individuals, corporate, financial institutions and government.
Highland Capital Management has found expansion opportunities through partnering with other entities including countries. Their healthcare private, focused equity fund lead to working with South Korea’s National Pension Service and the Stonebridge Capital. It also has found roots in Asia, China, U.K and North America. Other than wealth creation, Highland Capital Management has been in CSR since 2005 and spent over $ 10 million to support community work and charity events.