At the beginning of this year in January there was the announcement made by Highland Capital Management that is based in Dallas Texas that they had plans of donating $10 million to George W. Bush as a gift of the endowment. James Dondero who is the co-founder and president of Highland Capital Management and in the George W. Bush president center are the ones that made the announcement. The main reason why they were giving out the gift was that to assist the investment firm in the new series that they had it was presented by Highland Capital Management titled engage at the Bush Center. For Highland, they are planning on how they can get the sponsorship of the new series of programs so that to give the public. Learn more about Highland Capital at Crunchbase.
The first series feature that was sponsored by Highland it’s was one for author Christopher J. Scalia where he talked about his late father, the one that died in 2016 and he served as the U.S. Supreme court Justice attorney. The financial gift was not the first one that Highland Capital made to the presidential center. Also, there are still some other contributions that the firm has made like since 2012 there is the $5 million that has been contributed by the company, and that is the reason why the center recognizes the firm as the founding benefactor. The firm that is based in Dallas is known as the global multibillion-dollar firm that will offer services in developing the business like the private equity funds, CLO, hedge funds and the distressed funds.
James Dondero, the president of the company, has the needed experience because he has spent over a decade in equity and credit markets. There are so many things that he offers and being the president of Highland Capital Management at the Cornerstone Healthcare Group Holdings James is the chairman and still the chairman of NexPoint resident trust and the president of the firm too. In the CCS Medical and NexBank capital, he is the chairman. In addition to all that at the Southern Methodist University Cox School James is on the executive board. Read more at bloomberg.com.