Where Opportunity Meets Capital.
AlphaMark Capital provides creative, value-added funding solutions to companies and projects that are looking beyond traditional sources of capital across a variety of industries and geographic regions.
We believe that past success is a great indicator of future performance. That’s why align our investor clients with businesses and entrepreneurs who have a history of proven success and expertise.
We provide funding for large scale projects including humanitarian projects, major infrastructure projects, community development projects, real estate, and technology commercialization.
Proven And Growing Companies
We look for companies that have proven business models, generate strong recurring cash flow, and have demonstrated growth potential.
We invest in companies that are, or have the potential to become, market leaders. These companies generally have long-term defensible competitive advantages and enjoy high barriers to entry, weak competition, few close substitutes, limited supplier power and higher margins than their peers.
We partner with business owners we like, trust and admire and whose interests align with our own. Through our funding solutions, we enable current company owners to meet their needs for capital, liquidity and diversification.
We believe that private capital is a relationship business, not a transactional one. We strive to treat everyone, including our managers, intermediaries and service providers, like partners.
We provide our partner companies with the capital, guidance, strategy, and operational support needed to create additional value.
Acting with integrity is the fundamental principle guiding all of our actions.
AlphaMark structures and generates the funding through a process called securitization, which is a method using singular or grouped assets as collateral. Such collateral is used to create an asset backed issued tradeable security in return for the cost of capital. These can then be issued as exchange traded products and distributed globally as Euroclearable listed securities.
Our team has been dedicated to establishing the whole setup of handling the transaction mechanics of the securitization process and using asset-backed securities to generate required funding.
Debt financing comes from two sources: selling bonds and borrowing from individuals, banks, and other financial institutions. Bonds can be secured by some form of collateral or unsecured. In general, using debt helps keep profits within a company and helps secure tax savings. Companies often use debt when constructing their capital structure because it has certain advantages compared to equity financing.
Using debt as a financing vehicle, rather than equity financing, has many benefits.
A loan does not provide an ownership stake and, so, does not cause dilution to the owners' equity position in the business. Debt can be a less expensive source of growth capital if the company is growing at a high rate.
Also, unlike equity financing, debt financing gives you complete control over your business. As the business owner, you do not have to answer to investors.
And, unlike private loans, interest fees and charges on a business loan are tax deductible.
AlphaMark Capital is well-suited to setup funding for both small and large scale projects and businesses as follows:
- Humanitarian Projects
- Major Infrastructure Projects
- Power Sector
- Telecommunication and Media
- Healthcare and Education
- Community Development Projects
- Product Based
Jake Mellor is an executive who works with AlphaMark Capital performing as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is responsible for making major corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of the company, acting as the main point of communication between executives and corporate operations. The four major tenants of Mellor’s Role as CEO are envisioning; nominating; enabling and managing crisis.
Mellor strongly believes that, often, the difference between a good idea and a great business lies in execution. While some businesses get stuck in the dream phase, the ones who succeed are those who find the right team and the financing to execute on the vision. Conscious deliberate decisions are what put entrepreneurs in control of their future, rather than leaving it to chance and good luck. Purposeful management of resources is critical to success in any venture.
Mellor excels at aligning talent and skill, with the proper financial resources necessary for businesses to exceed growth metrics. Over the years, Mellor has found success by diligently aligning himself with the following criteria: entrepreneurs who have a track record of being good people, a project with a definitive ROI and social impact, and a strict adherence to financial goals and obligations within a defined period of time.
Mellor is the owner of several professional service businesses within the United States providing fractional CFO Services, Business Consulting, Investment Advice, Risk Management, and Tax Consulting.
Mellor has been a County Commissioner during a four-year term from 2015 to 2018 for Carbon County, Utah.
Mellor has served on various advisory boards both civic and professionally and has represented the State of Utah at various levels before the national legislators on issues of policy and regulation.
Mellor has also served in the armed forces for the Utah Army National Guard and honorably completed one tour in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom during 2007-2008.
Mellor has been the President for two years back-to-back of the Utah Central National Association of Insurance and Financial advisors (NAIFA). Mellor has qualified for various awards and recognitions throughout his career, even at an early age.
Mellor became a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ in 2012. He has a Bachelors in Corporate Finance, a Masters in Business Administration, and a Masters of Accountancy from Southern Utah University.
Matthew Cretzman is an executive at AlphaMark Capital performing as the Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) to provide funding and capital solutions and support to help companies reach their business and project objectives. In his role, he acts as the strategic connector and business development officer, to bring interesting projects and business to the group for the purpose of funding. He is also chiefly involved in developing and maintaining relationships with key funding sources.
Matthew strongly believes that in a world where capital can seem like a commodity and relationships often fleeting and transactional, he values building enduring partnerships based on a steady and patient commitment to his partners' long-term capital needs - with a focus on the outcome for the communities in which they represent.
Through his years building a multi-national nonprofit from 2009-2016, which led to his family living overseas and traveling extensively across SE Asia and Latin America, Matthew has developed a heightened ability to network cross-culturally and bring valuable insights to his clients and partners.
In addition, Matthew is the founder and CEO of a growth marketing firm in Dallas Fort-Worth, Texas, which has had clients from the NBA, NHL, cybersecurity firms, technology startups, performance coaches, supply chain and logistics, and other SMBs. Through his marketing firm he provides a variety of marketing services and fractional CMO services that ultimately lead to an increase in revenue generation, brand growth, and sales team performance.
Matthew is an accomplished entrepreneur, certified leadership development coach with the John Maxwell Co., and father of three children. He has won awards for his accomplishments during his non-profit tenure and is passionate about the socio-economic impact of business enterprise. One of his greatest accomplishments is the founding of a children's home in 2012 in memory of his daughter, in the city of Bapatla, India, which has cared for hundreds of children over the years.
Matthew is a long-time board member of La Cima Club in Las Colinas, TX, which is a flagship Club Corp property. He also serves with and supports various non-profit initiatives in the community. He is the consummate networker, always looking for ways to connect people for meaningful impact.
Jeff Cooper is an executive who works with AlphaMark Capital performing as the Chief Operation Officer (COO). In his role, Cooper designs, plans, and implements business strategies and procedures by setting comprehensive goals for business growth and success. He also establishes policies and procedures that promote company culture and vision, and contribute toward the efficiency of the overall business.
Cooper believes that proper deployment debt and capital are critical to realizing budgeted forecasts and projections.
Cooper has experience assisting small and medium-sized businesses with advanced tax strategies and tax planning, which has resulted in his clients saving hundreds of thousands of dollars. His fifteen years of experience in accounting and tax allows Jeff to bring expertise and knowledge to consultants, attorneys, and entrepreneurs which has previously only been available to major corporations.
Since 2010 at Sentry Law, Wealth, & Tax, Jeff has helped clients create wealth. And more specifically, over the last two years, Jeff has worked with some of the most elite attorneys, financial advisors and CPAs in the country to develop advanced strategies for tax reduction and wealth creation.
In addition, Jeff is an estate planning attorney, a CPA, manages a registered investment advisory firm, and provides life insurance strategies.
He holds the following professional licenses: North Carolina Law License; North Carolina Certified Public Accountant; Licensed Investment Advisor: Series 65; North Carolina Life Insurance License; Member of the American Bar Association (ABA); Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Cooper has served on the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorney’s Board of Governors from
Cooper is married to his wife, Natalie, of 15 years, and has three children under the age of eight years old. He comes from a family of entrepreneurs, with his father owning a telecom services business. Cooper is the oldest of nine siblings, three of whom are attorneys, two are doctors, one is an engineer, one owns a trucking company, and another owns a recycling company.
Cooper lives in Asheville, North Carolina; is the founder and CEO of Sentry Law, Wealth, and Tax; and works with business owners and entrepreneurs from all over the United States.
Cooper is a frequently-requested speaker on business best-practices, tax reduction, estate planning, and asset protection.
Arron Bennett is an executive at AlphaMark Capital performing as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this role, Bennett is the senior executive responsible for managing the financial actions of a company. His primary responsibility is for the planning, implementation, managing and running of all the finance activities of a company, including business planning, budgeting, forecasting and negotiations. As the CFO, Bennett should also lend his expertise to obtaining and maintaining investor relations and partnership compliance.
Bennett believes that in order to make good financial decisions, you need a proactive partner who not only understands your goals, but can create the right strategic plan to get you there. He believes strongly that you can get to know a lot about an entrepreneur by their past financials and can even predict their future actions by the numbers before you.
Bennett has spent his entire professional life working in the field of accounting. He loves numbers, and his personal mission is to help other businesses succeed by using the power of financial data, analytics, and coaching.
He is the founder and owner of Bennett Financials, which, since 2018, has provided bookkeeping, tax planning, and CFO services for service-based businesses earning over $250k annually. In leading Bennett Financials, Arron focuses intently on one outcome: to identify ways for their clients to save money through multiple different avenues.
This is accomplished through identifying KPIs and metrics, cash flow management, tax planning and preparation, financial goals and accountability. Bennett leads a team that collectively has over 35 years of industry experience, and has been featured in national publications like StarTribune Business.
Bennett has extensive experience doing a “deep dive” into mid-sized businesses, analyzing their financials, operations and systems, and optimizing them so that entrepreneurs and business owners can take their company to the next level. Bennett excels at helping business owners implement optimized processes, while simultaneously supporting and keeping them accountable to their goals.
When not in the office, Bennett mentors at GigLoft, an organization that helps entrepreneurs and freelancers understand and implement proper accounting processes for their business.
Borrowers & Projects
AlphaMark Capital's principals act as a business-purpose lender and strategic equity investor. We consider all types of commercial projects, most actively in the $75,000,000 to $1,000,000,000 range. Project types include:
- Commercial Office
- Special Purpose
- Single-family (Noo)
- Other Strong Collateral
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