James Dondero is the proud owner of the Highland Capital investment firm which was co-founded by Mr. Dondero in 1993. James Dondero created this investment firm with the intention of creating an alternative investment that offers expert advice on any investment subject. This company has expertise in hedge funds, structured investments, as well as investments that are distressed. What this company offers is expert advice that is able to use future speculations on current investment opportunities. Dondero and his expert investment skills were even able to see Argentina’s re-emergence back into the international bond market. Of all the Dallas investment firms to receive advice from, the Highland Capital Management firm has been considered at the top of its game and has been considered to always be one of the most innovative investment firms.
James Dondero and his successful company have recently begun to play a larger role in philanthropy with the intention of giving back to the community in order to help encourage the growth of wealth. In recent news, Dondero and his team have partnered up with Linda Owen who is an expert as well as a leader of the civic industry. Her job has always been to give back to the community and to see how far that community can grow through donations to several organizations. James Dondero is excited to work with Ms. Owen after looking at her track record. Her passion for giving back speaks for itself and has encouraged James to welcome her to the team.
Linda Owen has been impressed with Mr. Dondero’s passion and has even states that the company’s dedication to philanthropy is inspiring. Thanks to the help of Ms. Owen, the company has already donated over $3 million through the Dallas Foundation. This money has been donated to give back to organizations that deal with relevant issues such as education, health care, as well as veterans. With Ms. Owen’s help, the company’s support for the community now goes beyond funding and now volunteers and has made an effort to get to know the community and the understand what it needs the most.