Founded in 2002, Summit Investment Management LLC is a private investment company headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with offices in Santa Monica, California. Since its inception, Summit has invested more than $1.5 billion in distressed debt acquisitions, balance sheet restructures of operating companies, special situation capital, bridge loans and joint ventures.
Typical investments range between $1 million and $75 million with the flexibility to do larger transactions. Summit’s existing portfolio includes commercial & industrial loans, asset-based loans and cash flow credits, along with a diverse commercial real estate portfolio consisting of hospitality, industrial, multi-family, c-store, retail, warehouse, office, self-storage, golf course, environmentally challenged property and other esoteric asset classes.
Our knowledge and experience, ingenuity, strong relationships, and direct and honest approach to doing business set us apart from the competition. We take pride in being a leading resource and partner for banks, financial institutions, middle market companies, turnaround and restructuring professionals, law firms and private equity firms, among others…Learn more »
Distressed Debt Acquisitions
Summit invests in and manages sub- and non-performing commercial debt and other financial instruments.
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Special Situation Capital
Summit’s Special Situation Capital group invests in opportunistic or complex situations involving middle market companies.
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The owner of a West Coast investment group approached Summit about raising capital to expand other business lines within the company.
A family-owned, limited service hotel contacted Summit when it was having difficulty refinancing its maturing debt.
A Midwest regional bank under increased scrutiny by its regulatory body approached Summit for a solution to its capital crisis.
Summit was approached by a middle market investment bank to assist an over-leveraged agricultural company provide an exit to its bank lender, restructure its balance sheet and provide working capital liquidity.