Steven Hicks Achievements in Financial Industry

Steven Hicks is an excellent figure in the investment industry. He is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Southridge Capital. Southridge Capital is a group of companies that offer assistance in the management of business development and implementation of a business plan. He has a tremendous educational background that incorporated his Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration that he earned from Kings College in New York. He is also a holder of an MBA which he attained from Fordham University.


He launched Southridge in 1996 which led to 30 years of vast experience in investment, risk and financial management. Hicks has great love and passion for the Southridge Capital which helped him to manage the critical strategic direction of the group companies that were under the direction of Southridge Capital and helped to craft the planning and development course. Steve Hicks and his highly skilled staff combined their experience and skills to create a business plan that would lead to more profitable growth and expansion.


Steve Hicks was recently hosted for an interview by Inspirery where he was interrogated about his career and his success mechanisms. He was first asked to explain how his typical day looks like. Steve noted that he doesn’t have a standard routine for every day, but he instead runs through each day at a time. However, there some things that he always does to retain and maintain his focus and concentration as well as to make sure that he exhausts everything that he needs to do every day. You can visit for more details.


Hicks usually starts his day by taking a review of their portfolio as well as generating a list of various activities that should be achieved by the end of the day, for himself and his team. Hicks pointed out that his day is generally spent focusing on two major activities. The first is one ensuring that their investments are heading towards the right direction. The other one is to search for more new opportunities for the future investments. Steve Hicks has created himself a great name in the financial department. He has attained much success via Southridge Capital. To see more visit




End Citizens United Fights Against Big Money

End Citizens United is a political action committee formed in 2015 with the express goal of ending Citizens United, a Supreme Court decision of 2010 that allowed corporations to be deemed people for the purpose of donating an unlimited and untraceable amount of money to candidates partaking in elections. The reason End Citizens United is so intent on ending Citizens United is primarily due to the belief that the elimination of the transparency requirement as to the source of the donor funds would permit special interest groups and the wealthy to have an undue influence on the election process. Efforts to end Citizens United include electing pro-reform candidates, bringing the issue of money in politics to the fore on a national scale, and working with ballot measure campaigns for the purpose of passing pro-reform legislation and empowering its grassroot membership to demonstrate the effect money has on political power. Find out more about End Citizens United at Ballotpedia

End Citizens United also files complaint against politicians who it believes have violated Federal Election Committee rules. One such politician is Rick Scott, the governor of Florida, who has launched a campaign for a Senate seat. Rick Scott was the Chief Executive Officer of Columbia/HCA in 1997 when that company was charged with the perpetration of Medicare fraud—the nation’s largest Medicare fraud by all accounts. End Citizens United asserted Rick Scott used the New Republican Super PAC to get around donation limits in violation of Federal Election Committee rules. There are also reports that Rick Scott received contributions for his senatorial campaign from private equity executives after Rick Scott made favorable decisions on state pension investments, which resulted in more than 3 billion in fee being reaped by the financial firms from the Florida investments, in violation of a 2010 Securities and Exchange Commission rule that prohibits public officials who makes decision on state pension investments from receiving donations from financial firms. It is also claimed that Rick Scott’s campaign uses the same fund raiser and address as the New Republican PAC.

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