CaseCon Capital Inc was founded in 2000 by its current President Michael P. Judge and operates out of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Mr. Judge has provided investment banking and advisory for a broad spectrum of clients throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and nationally in the States California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, New York Jersey, New York and West Virginia.
CaseCon was the architect of an innovative program for the School District of Philadelphia to reduce its self-insured legacy workers' compensation exposure. The School District realized a significant reduction in annual expenses as well as a reduction in overall liability.
The Commonwealth Medical College located in Scranton, Pennsylvania is the first new allopathic medical school in the Commonwealth since the 1960s. CaseCon assisted in securing approximately $120 million for the construction and initial start up of the College from three funding sources both public and private.
CaseCon was the architect of an innovative program for the City of Tampa, Florida to reduce its self-insured legacy workers' compensation exposure. The program remains active and Tampa has realized a significant reduction in annual expenses as well as a reduction in overall liability.
Mr. Judge has held senior positions at several well known financial firms including:
Lackawanna College is a small niche market institution with limited endowment. CaseCon and its professionals have consulted with the College since 1995 when the College moved its entire campus to its existing facility. CaseCon has completed numerous transactions for the College and routinely consults with the College and it's financial matters.
Scranton is a distressed community and local banks refused to lend the City funds for any purpose. CaseCon developed a structure and found a lender to finance operations. CaseCon also assisted in financing the City's $20 million unfunded debt and debt restructuring.