Since its creation in 1993 by James Dondero and Mark Okada, Highland Capital Management has grown to a worldwide credit manager. Highland Capital Management is worth $18 million combined with its affiliate companies. The investment company specializes in credit hedge funds, credit solutions and collateralized loan obligations. But Highland Capital Management also offers alternative investment opportunities including emerging markets and natural resources. Read this article at investopedia.com.
Under the direction of Chief Investment Officer Michael Gregory, Highland Small Cap Equity Fund saw a 32% return from the S&P 500 Index in 2016. With the fund totaling $55 million in assets, investors are expected to acquire large returns from natural resources by the end of 2017. Although its main headquarters is in Dallas, Texas, Highland Capital Management also has offices in Singapore, Seoul, New York and Sao Paolo. Recently, Highland Capital Management ventured out into healthcare funds. Aligned with the South Korea National Pension Service as an investor, Highland Capital Management is providing co-investment opportunities in healthcare throughout China, Korea and the United States.
Highland Capital Management expanded its investments by partnering with Stonebridge Capital in Asia. The investment in the healthcare sector in Asia has led to gross earnings of over $1.5 billion in assets for Highland Capital Management and its affiliated companies. While investments continue to increase worldwide, Highland Capital Management also invests in communities and employees. In Dallas, Texas, Highland Capital focuses on community outreach through volunteer work and monetary donations for the Dallas communities. Highland Capital Management and affiliates have donated over $10 million to community and worldwide nonprofit organizations. Visit hcp.com to know more.