Matthew Wideman is the CEO of Susquehanna Holdings Ltd., an asset management and investment platform with more than four million square feet of real estate concentrated in the southeast US. Beyond his commitment to Susquehanna, Matthew serves the community through a non-profit he founded called Love & Life Foundation, a 501c3 dedicated to providing relief during natural and man-made disasters internationally and domestically. Matthew is also a board member of Advent Health Foundation Finance Committee, Orlando Police Foundation, and Ophir Capital Management. He is an involved member of YPO and BENS, business and defense related executive organizations. Matt and his wife Paige enjoy traveling and outdoor activities with their four boys, Cooper, Barron, Asher, and Zion. Matt and Paige are also anxiously awaiting the arrival of their fifth child, a baby girl.
Christopher Wideman is the COO of Susquehanna Holdings Ltd.. Prior to his involvement in Susquehanna, Chris was an industrial sales and leasing broker in New York where he specialized in industrial retail conversions in Brooklyn. Now, Chris oversees the administrative, financial, and operational components of Susquehanna's portfolio. Chris is primarily responsible for due diligence and legal coordination for new and existing assets. A local Floridian, Chris received his MBA from Crummer School of Business and resides in Winter Park, FL with his wife and 3 children.
Acquisitions and Property Management
Harrison Loew is the acquisitions analyst and assistant property manager for Susquehanna Holdings Ltd.. Prior to joining Susquehanna, Harrison was the founder and principal of Loew and Loew, a Florida based title insurance company, where he oversaw 3,000 residential and commercial real estate transactions. A former student of Rollins College, Harrison graduated summa cum laude with high honors in International Business and Economics. With Susquehanna, he performs financial analysis, underwriting, and sourcing for new acquisitions as well as assists with vendor relations, property management, and tenant relations.
Edmund C. Wideman III
Chairman and Founder
Edmund C. Wideman, III’s career began before graduating in 1964 from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. A true entrepreneur, his business acumen was honed in the sectors of real estate, insurance, mining, construction, development and family entertainment. Born and raised in the coal region of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Ed moved main operations to Orlando, Florida in 1991. Ed oversees the management of commercial real estate investments throughout the United States and oversees the management and acquisition of CRE.
Laura Wideman started her career as a field Computer Systems Engineer for Hewlett Packard specializing in trouble shooting, consulting and training mostly for Fortune 500 clients. Entry into real estate began as Director of Sales and Marketing for residential real estate developments in southern New Jersey working with her husband and developer, Ed. Continuing together to Florida, they rebuilt the family business focusing on commercial property acquisition and management, growth with the development of investor relationships. Laura has been honored to serve a wide variety of schools and community-based causes throughout Central Florida for over 30 years. Of all the roles, her favorites are those in her family: Step-mom to four children, mother to four sons, grandmother to seven children, wife and partner to husband, Ed.
Jorge Santiago is the Controller for Susquehanna Holdings Ltd.. As a dedicated accounting professional, Jorge has been meeting the accounting needs of government, corporate, and family-owned businesses for over 40 years. Upon his completion of an MBA from the University of Phoenix, Jorge, helped family-owned businesses improve their accounting, HR and management performances. Additionally, he worked with the PR State Housing Department in government agency support and coordination, leading data gathering and statistic reporting on youth development programs.