Investments

The Crest Group has committed a division of our company to invest in and help grow small businesses in any category. Focusing on investments ranging from 5-20 million dollars, our company has helped grow startups, finance real estate development, effect capital infusions to stabilize companies and bring new companies to the market.

Venture capitalism is a strong driver of growth in this country – The Crest Group understands that it can mean a world of difference in a company’s success. With that being said, we look to deliver our expertise in management and development to small companies nationwide and welcome any investment opportunity.

Investments

LIFE (Long Island Fiber Exchange)

  • Startup that used capital infusion from The Crest Group to capitalize on a demanding market for high speed fiber optic services
  • With an initial investment and management structure, LIFE was able grow its small business into an 80 million dollar organization
  • After years of success, the company was sold to a notable firm in the industry called Sidera. It became incorporated into a nationwide network of fiber optic service that is managed by the Lightower Fiber Network.

Necessity Funding

  • Startup that used an initial investment from The Crest Group and funding sourced by the firm to start its operations in the injury settlement industry
  • The company provides cash advances for injury cases nationwide through law firms and other organizations that are specifically structured to provide Necessity with clients. It specializes in providing cash that its clients need and cannot wait for
  • Financed by Bridgehampton National Bank (BDGE: NASDAQ)
  • Portfolio has tripled in the last three years.
  • For more information concerning this investment, visit http://www.necessityfunding.com/

Gold Coast Bank

  • The Crest Group formed a partnership and became an investor in this Long Island local bank in order to fuel growth for its retail banking.
  • The bank has grown to own and operate 6 branches on Long Island. It also manages 300 million dollars in checkable deposits