How Highland Capital Management is Growing

Recently, the Co-Founder and CEO of Highland Capital Management, James Dondero, made the decision to join forces with Linda Owen. Linda has been a civic leader as well as the former President of The Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation. The goal is to not only grow Highland Capital Management’s business portfolio but to seek more growth in the area of philanthropy. Owen’s main focus will be to oversee the operations and function of any charitable giving, as well as to build the relationship with The Dallas Foundation.

Linda is known for her expertise in building long-lasting relationships between private and public projects. This move comes at a great time when an election year has become fraught with issues swirling around veterans and their care. Education is also another hot topic, and in addition to the veterans, this is a great opportunity to further one of the most important aspects of what Americans care about most.

This gives James Dondero a chance to focus his efforts on the area of growing the business as a whole and dedicating his time to advising on investments both large and small. Dondero desires to provide guidance to those who need it most for the sake of education in health specifically while fostering a love of science and those organizations which further education within their specific niche areas.

Dondero’s firm is an adviser that is SEC registered and has nearly $17 billion in assets. Working on a global scale, the firm oversees credit management as well as private equity and accounts that are in distress. You can learn more by reading the full press release

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