ORLANDO, Fla., April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A very strong hire for Legion Capital Corp (OTCQX: LGCP), a FinTech enabled private equity firm, as it adds a very big name in surname alone to its leadership team. In a release last week, the Company reported that the appointment of J. Bradley Hilton as the company’s Chief Technology Officer.
Mr. Hilton is the grandson of iconic American Hotelier Conrad N. Hilton, who is considered one of the greatest American entrepreneurs in history.
But Mr. Hilton brings more than just the family name of one of the world’s leading brands.
J. Bradley’s background includes substantial technical, management, and executive experience in working with growing companies. As the former director of Hilton Hotels Corporation Information Technology Group, Mr. Hilton helped spearhead an increase in corporate solicitations from $700 million to $1.2 billion in revenues in a single year. After leaving Hilton, J. Bradley has been involved in technology-based initiatives and venture capital investments.
Which bring us to an important point:
A businessman like Mr. Hilton, with his pedigree and background, has options. His desire to not just consult with Legion Capital but to join the Company’s C-Suite is certainly a mark of confidence in our estimation. We especially like that he has a broad array of business experience and business building.
It is reasonable to conclude that Hilton saw value at Legion Capital and in its business plan.
It is reasonable to think his hiring is wholly beneficial to the Company.
It is also worth noting that Hilton has been asked to chair the team overseeing the build of “GoLegion,” Legion Capital’s online investor platform delivering innovations that transform experiences for growth-oriented businesses and investors.
By any metric, it’s a notable hire for a Company looking to capitalize on investment trends with a new CTO who has most definitely knows a little bit about execution and growth.
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