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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.
  • CMR Catalyst Group Programme - transform profitability through merging.
  • 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-Demandâ„¢ 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.

For Investors
  • 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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Senior Executives

CMR is a worldwide network of senior executives. Join us to expand your career and business horizons.

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Business Entrepreneurs

CMR has a complete range of resources & services provided by experts to help all businesses to grow and prosper.

Investors & Venturers

CMR has a continuous stream of business and funding propositions, which are matched to investor preferences. Join us - it's FREE!


FundEX is CMR's worldwide stock market for small to medium sized companies and entrepreneurs to raise new capital.

Interim & Permanent Management

Many of CMR's executives can be recruited on an interim, permanent or NED basis.

Special Programmes

CMR has excellent online resources & services.

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Regional Intranets
Sat, 05 Sep 2015 02:00:00 GMT
Mises Institute, McDonalds
The Failed Moral Argument For A "Living Wage"

Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute,

With Labor Day upon us, newspapers across the US will be printing op-eds calling for a mandated “living wage” and higher wages in general. In many cases, advocates for a living wage argue for outright mandates on wages; that is, a minimum wage set as an arbitrary level determined by Read more.....

Sat, 05 Sep 2015 01:30:00 GMT
Common Core Or "Communist Core"

You know things have become bad when... Common core is so wonderful that Lily Tang Williams, a Chinese-American mother of three who grew up in Communist China, says it reminds her of her oppressive, statist nature of her childhood education.


"Communist" Core...


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Sat, 05 Sep 2015 01:00:00 GMT
Recession, Saudi Arabia, Quantitative Easing, Japan, Janet Yellen, recovery, Brazil, Central Banks, Belgium, Deutsche Bank, China, Foreign Central Banks, Monetary Policy, Federal Reserve, Peter Schiff, Reuters, Norway, Bond, Consumer Prices, Australia
Peter Schiff Warns: Meet QT - QE's Evil Twin

Submitted by Peter Schiff via Euro Pacific Capital,

There is a growing sense across the financial spectrum that the world is about to turn some type of economic page. Unfortunately no one in the mainstream is too sure what the last chapter was about, and fewer still have any clue as to what the next chapter will bring. There is some agreement however, that the age of ever easing monetary p Read more.....

Sat, 05 Sep 2015 00:30:21 GMT
India, Deutsche Bank, China, Hong Kong, Bond
For "Fearful, Erratic Markets", China's Reserves Are The New Risk-On/Off Trigger: Goldman

Don’t look now, but China’s FX reserves may become the market’s most important risk-on/ risk-off trigger. 

Just as the world finally woke up - with the standard two or three year lag - to what we’ve been saying about an acute lack of liquidity in bond markets on the way to making corporate bond market liquidity the talk of the financial universe, so too has everyone suddenly realized why we began shouting about the death of the petrodollar last November. The drawdown of EM Read more.....

Sat, 05 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT
Florida, New York Times, Bond, Vikings
Bread & Circuses: The Shady, Slimy & Corrupt World Of Taxpayer Funded Sports Stadiums

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

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Like pretty much everything in the modern U.S. economy Read more.....

Fri, 04 Sep 2015 23:30:00 GMT
Florida, New York Times, Bond, Vikings
What Happens Next?

Just like in 1929, The Dow just dropped 13%, bounced, and is retesting the lows... as all the 'experts' comfort a restless investor crowd



So what happens next?


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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 23:00:00 GMT
Apple, Epsilon, Bank of New York, Swiss Franc, Deutsche Bank, Wall Street Journal, Reality, Capital Markets, HFT, LIBOR, Exchange Traded Fund, Volatility
The Season Of The Glitch (Or "Why Retail Investors Have No Chance")

Submitted by Ben Hunt via Salient Partners' Epsilon Theory blog,

Over the past two months, more than 90 Wall Street Journal articles have used the word “glitch”. A few choice selections below:

Bank of New York Mellon Corp.’s chief executive warned clients that his firm w Read more.....

Fri, 04 Sep 2015 22:30:21 GMT
Unemployment, BLS
Here Are The "Unlikely" Cities Bloomberg Says Will Drive The US Economy

Back in May we highlighted a report from Georgetown that endeavored to show which college majors were most likely to help students land high-paying jobs upon graduation. 

While this would be important under any circumstances, it’s especially important today. Why? Two reasons, i) far from a steady creator of breadwinner jobs, the US economy routinely churns out Read more.....

Fri, 04 Sep 2015 22:00:21 GMT
LatAm, Yuan, Mexico, Morgan Stanley, Brazil, Central Banks, China, Monetary Policy, Meltdown, Copper, Global Economy
"This Time May Be Different": Desperate Central Banks Set To Dust Off Asia Crisis Playbook, Goldman Warns

Early last month, Bloomberg observed that plunging currencies were “handcuffing bankers from Chile to Colombia.” The problem was described as follows:

Central bankers in commodity-dependent Andes economies aren’t even considering interest-rate cuts to re Read more.....

Fri, 04 Sep 2015 21:30:00 GMT
national security, Martin Armstrong
Martin Armstrong "Astonished" At Hillary Email Scandal

Submitted by Martin Armstrong via,


The most incredible aspect of Hillary’s e-mail scandal Read more.....

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