Gregory Larson has over 30 years of lending, investment and management experience. He worked for several equipment leasing companies, including GE Capital, before founding Creekridge Capital in 1994. Creekridge supported the growth of hundreds of small businesses by providing equipment financing in partnership with vendors. As a member of Creekridge’s investment committee, Gregory approved and structured over 7,000 transactions, representing $2 billion in total investments. He led the growth of the firm from a one-man shop to a national scale competitor with 75 employees and over $300 million in assets. In 2016, Creekridge was acquired by Hitachi Capital North America.
Gregory holds a BS from St. Cloud State University. He has served as a board member or adviser to numerous middle-market companies and charitable organizations, and currently serves on the boards of Sellars Absorbent Materials and the Ronald McDonald House Charities Upper Midwest.