Scargo Hill Capital is an institutional and strategic asset management platform focused on direct, senior secured lending to the lower middle-market. The genesis of our formation is based upon the recognition that private, alternative lending is fundamental to offering relevant capital solutions highly desirable by businesses that cannot access or do not fit traditional options.
As a highly-disciplined asset manager and best-in-class direct lender, our goal is to help our borrowers and investors achieve their goals by providing transitional working capital solutions that offer maximum liquidity and flexibility.
We believe in leveraging historical performance only for what it is…history. Instead of looking backward, we help you look forward. Understanding your goals allows us to provide innovative, flexible and relevant transitional capital solutions that promote positive and consistent forward progress.
Our extensive network of financial professionals and advisors is comprised of a variety of intermediaries, including private equity sponsors, “fundless” sponsors, family offices, community and national banks, M&A/turnaround/advisory, capital markets/investment banking, direct industry professionals, and accretive joint ventures.
April 21, 2017
The Amazon Shopper Intelligence Service provides members with monthly data on consumer shopping patterns and preferences, drawing on more than 10 years of data on Amazon shoppers as well as on shoppers at other leading retailers.Read More
April 20, 2017
Across markets, traditional brands are facing intensifying competition from new digitally-native concepts and international entrants, while retail landscapes are consolidating. Department stores, which represent the traditional wholesale retailers in categories such as apparel and beauty, are closing stores and turning to smaller-size stores amid falling foot traffic.Read More
April 19, 2017
The Harris Poll has released its 29th annual study of America’s top brands, and Kohl’s is one of the retail brands on top. Kohl’s earned the top position in the department store category of the poll, in which more than 100,000 U.S. consumers assessed more than 4,000 brands across more than 450 categories.Read More