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CMR is the leading provider of funding and management support for small to medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs 

  • Established 1984 CMR is the leading venture capital, management support and business services provider for small to medium-sized businesses - linking excellent management skills with the substantial financial resources of a global bank of private investors.
  • CMR has over 450 senior executives, operating in the UK, USA, Europe and globally, providing both funding and specialist help for entrepreneurial businesses. 

For Businesses CMR provides excellent resources:

  • CMR FundEX Business Exchange - gives all companies & entrepreneurs direct access to CMR's global investor base.
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  • CMR Company Sales Division helps owners to exit at the best price.
  • CMR Corporate Recovery Division - experts in rescue and turnaround.
  • CMR Technology Licensing Division - commercialising innovation.
  • CMR Executive Professionals - management support and consultancy.
  • CMR Executives-on-Demand™ Fully experienced senior executives available quickly and cost effectively.

We always welcome contact with new business clients- please get in touch - we will do our best to match your needs and exceed your expectations.

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  • Preferential access to new opportunities for investment and/or acquisition
  • Pre-vets propositions and provides a personalised service to our investors
  • Syndication service enabling investors to link together as desired
  • Executive and management support for investments as needed
  • CMR's services to our investors are not only fast & efficient but also free 

We always appreciate new members- you are welcome to join as an investor or as a CMR Executive.

When you join us as a Senior Executive:

  • CMR's strength is in the skills and experience of our executive members - all senior, director level people with years of successfully running and managing companies.
  • Because the demand for CMR's support and services is ever-increasing, especially as we enter recessionary times, we have a growing need for more high calibre executives to join us from every industry and discipline.
  • You will be using your considerable experience to help smaller businesses and entrepreneurs to grow profitably.
  • We offer full training and mentoring support to help maximise potential.

We are always keen to find more high calibre senior executives in all areas- skills and location.   Make contact with us today and maximise your opportunities.

 

 

 


 

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 18:24:43 +0000
2s30s, Bond, Yield Curve
Policy Error? Yield Curve Flattens, Gold Surges After Hawkish-er Fed

While rate-hike odds rose modestly (Dec 47% to 50%), it seems the bond market is questioning The Fed's hawkish-er tilt sending the 2s30s curve back near cycle record lows. Gold, stocks, and bonds are all rallying post-fed but WTI is fading...

 

Hardly a move in FF implied odds...

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 18:19:58 +0000
LatAm, Steven Englander
How Citi Is Trading The Fed's "Mildly Hawkish" Statement

Here is the kneejerk reaction from Citi on what it dubbed a "mildly hawkish" statement:

The only thing that's hawkish, says CitiFX Strategist Steven Englander: *FED SAYS `NEAR-TERM RISKS' TO ECONOMIC OUTLOOK HAVE DIMINISHED

However, Englander doesn't take this as a signal to jump into September pricing. He says the Fed likely just wants to inject some optimism in the economy given recent data.

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CitiFX Strategist Richard Cochinos calls it Read more.....

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 18:02:43 +0000
China, headlines
Un-Dovish Fed Stays On Hold, Upgrades Economy, Suggests "Risks Have Diminished", George Dissents

Following the longest streak of positive economic surprise in history, the stability of China, the Brexit non-event, and equity market record highs, it is perhaps no surprise that The Fed - once again - punted its decision to hike rates, although it made it clear that a rate hike is far closer than the market expects by adding language that "near-term risks to the economic outlook have diminished."

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:55:47 +0000
Bridgewater, FBI, Institutional Investors, Jensen, New York Times, None, Ray Dalio, Transparency
Bridgewater's Culture Of "Probing" - Sex Scandal Strikes World's Largest Hedge Fund

In a complaint filed with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, Christopher Tarui, a 34 year old adviser to large institutional investors in Bridgewater, has alleged that he was consistently sexually harassed by his male supervisor over a period of a year.  After filing a formal complaint with his superiors, Tarui claims that he was confronted by managers who asserted he was “blowing this whole thing out of proportion" and pressured him to rescind his c Read more.....

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:35:37 +0000
Borrowing Costs, China, Dennis Lockhart, Deutsche Bank, Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, Oklahoma, Reality, SocGen, Testimony, Volatility, Wall Street Journal
The Key Thing To Watch For In Today's FOMC Statement

The Fed is expected to stay on hold today. Given the Fed’s dovish reaction to the weak May employment report, SocGen expects that officials are likely to be reluctant to commit to any particular path just yet (despite the longest streak of economically positive surprise in US history). In the absence of any signal regarding the Read more.....

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:17:12 +0000
Borrowing Costs, China, Dennis Lockhart, Deutsche Bank, Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, Oklahoma, Reality, SocGen, Testimony, Volatility, Wall Street Journal
In Latest Political "Coup", Catalan Parliament Votes To Secede From Spain

In the aftermath of last month's Brexit vote, there was an outpouring of concern in Europe that the British decision would embolden similar separatist movements across the continent. Earlier Wednesday, this is precisely what happened when Catalan nationalists voted to approve a plan to secede from Spain, defying the nation’s Constitutional Court and challenging acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, who is currently in political limbo as he struggles to form a government.

The decision wa Read more.....

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:58:16 +0000
Donald Trump, Reuters, White House
Trump Extends Lead To 7 Points As Hillary's Convention-Bounce Evaporates

After a brief bump on Monday (if you look carefully you can see it), it appears Hillary Clinton's Convention bounce is dead. Reuters aggregate polling shows Donald Trump has taken his largest lead yet over Hillary Clinton.

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:36:32 +0000
Exxon
Oil Stocks Still Treading 30-Year "Line In The Sand"

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr,

A key index of oil stocks continues to hold above its reclaimed 30-year old Up trendline; however, it’s been unable to mount any bounce off of it.

A lot of our very recent commentary has focused on the historically tight trading ranges in the major averages over the past few weeks. Whether they are digesting re Read more.....

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:18:20 +0000
Bond, Capital Markets, Department Of Commerce, Real estate, Reality, Risk Management, Turkey
Erdogan Files Criminal Charges Against Head Of Research At Turkish Bank For Writing Displeasing Report

Having purged virtually all of his domestic political enemies, it will probably not come as a surprise the head of research as well as the chief strategist at one of Turkey’s largest brokerages was stripped of his professional license and is facing criminal charges over a report analyzing the impact of the July 15 coup attempt, marking the first expansion of the president's unprecedented crackdown on the nation’s private financial sector.

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 15:55:24 +0000
China, EuroDollar, Testimony
What To Expect When You're Expecting The FOMC

"Curioser and curioser!" Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English.)

As we await today’s FOMC decision, Bloomberg's Richard Breslow has been struck curious by how many people are speculating that the accompanying statement might lurch back hawkish. For a Fed that has had such notable lack of success seeing clarity in its crystal ball, that would be remarkably aggressive.

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