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CWi is a captive insurance company insuring the tenant legal liability for tenants in multi-family properties. Formed in 2020, the company continues to expand both geographically and its enrollee base.
Vindy is a software company that works with colleges and universities nationwide to lower textbook costs. Vindy helps campuses buy smarter, compete with online marketplaces, and save students precious dollars.
NorthRock Companies is a multi-family acquisition firm focusing on core-plus and value-add assets in growing markets. Since its founding in 2018, the company has acquired multiple properties across the United States and projects continued growth through its targeted, data-driven acquisition strategy.
Green Light Auto Solutions is a vehicle leasing company in the Salt Lake valley. Founded in 2015, Green Light offers customers the opportunity to drive a quality used vehicle for lower monthly payments.
Rockworth Companies is a leading developer of multi-family, retail, office and residential real estate in the intermountain west. Rockworth is a full-service real estate firm, having well over one hundred million dollars of real estate development and acquisitions on its resume. Rockworth is also a full-service Property Management provider. Rockworth develops and manages its own portfolio as well as properties for other clients.
Rimrock Construction, founded in partnership with Cherokee and Walker in 1999, is a commercial construction management company focused on work in the intermountain west. Rimrock specializes in building commercial, health care and multi-family buildings, and since 2003, has been a top-ten construction company along the Wasatch Front.
Red Bridge Capital is a debt fund designed to produce returns for investors while providing unique financing alternatives for borrowers. Loans are secured primarily by real estate and personal guarantees from the principals; however, inventory, accounts receivable, and other forms of collateral may be considered.
inthinc, developed revolutionary technology – the first practical, cost-effective system for monitoring, measuring and evaluating the damage that forces have on human and non-human assets across a wide range of applications, including vehicles, shipments, buildings and bridges. The asset protection system’s patented hardware and software, proprietary data and expert consultation, assist organizations in preventing loss, lowering operational costs and protecting capital assets. Cherokee and Walker was one of the original investors in Independent Witness, which merged in 2008 with Inovar, a leading electrical manufacturing firm, to form the new entity called inthinc.
TopNoggin, headquartered in Columbus Ohio, has been a leader in changing the way pension administration services are provided. TopNoggin developed and operates BluefinTM a web-based pension administration system that provides real-time benefit calculations, valuation reports, data administration and trust payment direction for companies with pension plans. TopNoggin, co-founded by Cherokee and Walker in 1999, was acquired by The Hartford (HIG) during the first quarter of 2008.
Vital Signs Staffing purchased in 2008 by Cherokee & Walker, is a medical staffing company serving hospitals, nursing, and other medical facilities with their medical staffing needs in the intermountain west. Vital Signs is managed by partners with experience in growing staffing companies and strategically positioning them within an industry.
Visible Equity provides software to financial institutions to identify, measure, and monitor the credit risk in their loan portfolios. This capability enables the institutions to better meet regulatory requirements, adequately reserve for loan losses, benchmark loan policies and procedures, and make better informed management decisions. The Visible Equity team has expertise in financial economics, mathematical and statistical modeling, and intelligent data systems.
Campus Book Rentals, founded in 2007, offers new and gently used textbooks for typically less than half the price a student will pay for a new book in their school bookstore. CBR is among the market-leading companies in the newly-emerging textbook rental space. Textbook rentals currently account for less than 1% of all textbooks acquired, providing attractive growth potential. Cherokee & Walker became an investor in 2010.
Financial Guard, is an online financial advisor built from the ground-up to challenge the status quo and provide investment advice without conflict of any kind. Financial Guard combines the best information technology with time-tested portfolio theory. Seasoned investment advisors have been teamed with experienced information technology professionals to provide the most transparent, relevant and unbiased advice available today.
Fortius Financial, founded in March of 2011, Fortius Financial provides billing, payment processing and collection services for fitness oriented businesses throughout the west. Located in Utah, Fortius delivers timely, accurate, and relevant billing information and metrics to its clients.
Cornerstone Concrete, founded in partnership with Cherokee and Walker in 2009, is a commercial concrete company focused on work in the intermountain west. Cornerstone specializes in Multi-Family projects, Tilt Structures and Post-Tension Assemblies. Cornerstone is proud to be a full service concrete company.
SYMBII, founded in 2006, is a full-service home health and hospice agency with expertise in orthopedic, neuro, cardiac rehabilitation, diabetic management, physical therapy and hospice services. Cherokee & Walker became partners in Symbii in 2009.
Wentworth Senior Living Services is a senior care facility management company. Founded in 1999, Wentworth managed nearly 500 senior care units along the Wasatch Front. In 2006, Cherokee & Walker sold its portfolio of Independent, Assisted, and Alzheimers facilities along with the associated management contracts.
Cottonwood Capital invests in and sponsors institutional real estate transactions. Many of its properties are sold into the tenant-in-common (TIC) marketplace wherein investors can participate in a 1031 tax-free exchange. Cottonwood Capital also coordinates the management of various properties. Cherokee and Walker cofounded this enterprise in 2003 and sold its interest back to the company founders during the first quarter of 2008.