Within the past couple of decades, Highland Capital Management has ultimately turned into one of the most immense enterprises for global alternate credit managers. Co founders James Dondero and Mark Okada launched Highland Capital in 1997. When they did, they both purchased Protective Life’s stake in PAMCO. It is Highland Capital’s mission to advise their client’s finances and lay out a fixed income for them.
For Highland Capital, their investment goal is to create steady long lasting investment returns that, in time, will develop a persistent discipline to target a risk and return balance. They are SEC registered and have a revenue of over $15.4 billion with its affiliates. But, much more importantly, they also invest in volunteerism, advisory board involvement, and financial donations to both local community organizations and national nonprofit organizations.
Statistically, Highland Capital Management holds 335 total positions, 74 new positions, 119 increased positions, and 70 total sold out positions, with $1,801 million in total market value. To name a few, some of their positions include Twitter inc., Facebook, MetLife, and Lowes. Last year, Highland Capital management visited the Nasdaq Marketsite in Times Square, New York to commend the recent listing of the Highland iBoxx Senior Loan ETF.
In addition, Michael Gregory, chief investment officer of Highland Capital Management, claimed that credit company accompanied Highland Capital to make lucrative investments in pipeline partnerships when the oil industry went under. Highland Alternative Investors attained the Small Cap Equity Fund from GE Asset Management in 2010.
Risk management is incorporated into all levels of Highland Capital management investing development. They also heavily rely on environmental, social, and governance risk management. Environmental, social, and governance are considered with traditional financial analysis to ensure coherent understandings of all the investments.
Highland Capital Management also heavily uses collateralized loan obligation. Collateralized loan obligations are methodized with a re investment interval with the allowance of the collateralized loan obligation manager to consistently purchase and sell assets.