Chief Executive Officer
“ Alexis Assadi is a director and the Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Income Capital Corporation. ”
Alexis Assadi is a director and the Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Income Capital Corporation, a firm that provides financing to entrepreneurs, real estate operators and business owners. He has participated in dozens of lending transactions since 2013, drawing from his experience to ultimately form Pacific Income in the summer of 2017.
Alexis Assadi focuses his practice on a specific niche: working with growing businesses who require under $250,000. He seeks to help them expand their operations by purchasing real estate, hiring new employees, boosting their marketing budget and acquiring inventory, etc. He has not usually worked with firms in financial distress that require bailouts.
An entrepreneur, himself, Alexis Assadi recognizes that business owners are frequently ignored by traditional lenders. This has made room for companies like Pacific Income Capital Corporation to partner with talented and capable managers who simply fall outside of "the box" that those lenders may require. In his view, the fact that a bank may not lend to a candidate does not automatically render that person or company high-risk. Oftentimes, their financial affairs may just be more complex than average.
In addition, Alexis Assadi is a writer, podcaster and independent investor. He enjoys writing about life, politics and finance on various blogs across the internet. He strives to learn about subjects in all areas, whether in politics, history, media, technology, the environment, art or otherwise. He avoids being reduced to a businessperson or a financier.
Alexis Assadi was born in Switzerland in 1988. From there, he moved to Thailand and Hong Kong, living in each of those countries for around three years. His family then travelled to Australia and spent four years in its capital city, Canberra. In 2000, they settled in Vancouver, Canada, where they still reside today.
Alexis Assadi holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of British Columbia, where he graduated from in 2010.