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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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Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:13:57 +0000
Atomic physics, Chemical elements, Copper, Gold, Matter, Metals, Mineralogy, Native element minerals, Noble metals, Precious metals, Ruthenium, Technical analysis, Transition metals
Gold & Silver-Bearish reversal patterns this month!

picture of a bear for Chris kimble post

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Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:10:16 +0000
American people of German descent, Business, China, Climate change skepticism and denial, Donald Trump, Donald Trump presidential campaign, Foreign policy of the Donald Trump administration, H. R. McMaster, Iran, Iran–United States relations, Japan, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, Mike Pence, national security, North Korea, Politics, Rex Tillerson, Rex Tillerson, The Apprentice, United States, WWE Hall of Fame
Trump To Make "Important Announcement" On North Korea Today, McMaster Says

Update: According to Bloomberg, Trump won't be declaring war (yet), and instead the announcement is sanctions related.


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Following yesterday's anticlimatic Rex Tillerson press conference in which the Secretary of State was expected, by some, to make an important announcement only to disappoint, moments ago National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said Read more.....

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:57:41 +0000
Asset price inflation, Bond, Business, Business cycle, Central Banks, Economic bubble, Economy, Federal Reserve System, Finance, Financial crises, Financial economics, Financial markets, FOMC committee, Inflation, Investment, Janet Yellen, keynesianism, Money, Money Supply, Recession, US Federal Reserve
Rate Hike Cycles, Gold, And The "Rule Of Total Morons"

Authored by Mike Shedlock via,

In response to Janet Yellen’s "everything is OK" speech following today’s balance sheet reduction notice by the FOMC committee, I received an interesting set of comments from P Read more.....

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:37:09 +0000
Atomic physics, Australia, Bear Market, Brazil, Business, Chemical elements, Chemistry, China, Copper, Dietary minerals, Economic geology, Iron ore, Matter, Metal, Mining, Ore, Reality, Transition metals, Zinc
Metals Massacre - Iron Ore Enters Bear Market, Copper Collapses To 1-Month Lows

The hype surrounding the credit-fueled resurgence in base metals in the first half of 2017 has crashed and burned on the altar of reality in China's slowdown with industrial metals from copper to iron ore and zinc all plunging in the last two weeks. Odd that we don't hear much from mainstream business media discussing the implications for a global coordinated economic growth narrative...

Since the start of September, industrial metals have been hammered (as sto Read more.....

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:12:41 +0000
Bank of America, Bank of America, Bureau of the Census, Business, Census Bureau, Consumer Sentiment, Corporate finance, David Rosenberg, Deutsche Bank, Duration Mismatch, Economy, Finance, Financial ratios, Fundamental analysis, Gallup, Gluskin Sheff, Investment, Jim Reid, Market Crash, Market sentiment, Market Timing, Merrill, Merrill Lynch, Michigan, Monetary Policy, Money, None, post-1950, Price–earnings ratio, Recession, Rosenberg, S&P 500, Stock, Stock market, the University of Michigan, University Of Michigan, University of Michigan, Valuation, Volatility
Exactly How Many Warnings Do You Need?

Authored by Lance Roberts via,

When I was growing up my father, probably much like yours, had pearls of wisdom that he would drop along the way. It wasn’t until much later in life that I learned that such knowledge did not come from books, but through experience. One of my favorite pieces of “wisdom” was:

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:05:29 +0000
Banking, Bond, Business, Congress, Deutsche Bank, Economy, Fed Funds Target, Federal funds rate, Federal Open Market Committee, Federal Reserve System, Inflation, Interest rates, Jan Hatzius, Jim Reid, Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Monetary policy, Money, Real interest rate, Recession, Recession, Senate, Unemployment, Yield Curve
"So What Did We Learn From Yellen?": Deutsche, Goldman Explain

For those still unsure what Yellen's rambling, disjointed press conference meant yesterday, or are still in shock over the Fed's admitted confusion by the "mystery" that is inflation, here is a quick recap courtesy of Deutsche Bank and Goldman, explaining what we (probably) learned from the Fed and Yellen yesterday.

First, here is DB's Jim Reid:

So what did we learn from Read more.....

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:57:24 +0000
Apple, B+, Bain, Bank of Japan, Bank of Japan, Barclays, Barclays, BBG, Bitly, BlackBerry Limited, Boeing, Business, Business, Canadian Federation, China, Dell, Department Of Commerce, Economy, encryption, European Union, F.B.I., federal government, Google, House of Lords, HTC, Italy, Japan, Manufacturing, national security, Puerto Rico, Real estate, Reuters, Reuters, S&P/TSX 60 Index, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, smartphone, SPY, Tata, Thomson Reuters, Toshiba, Trade War, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, White House, White House, Yen
Frontrunning: September 21
  • Mark Zuckerberg’s Political Awakening (BBG)
  • Bank of Japan Sticks With Easy-Money Settings (WSJ)
  • Bank of Japan board member demands more stimulus (FT)
  • S&P downgrades China, says ri Read more.....
Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:53:39 +0000
China, East Asia, Foreign policy of the Donald Trump administration, Forms of government, Government, Japan, KIM, Kim dynasty, Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in, North Korea, North Korea crisis, Park Geun-hye, Politics, Presidents of South Korea, Reuters, Rex Tillerson, Rex Tillerson, South Korea, state-run China News Service, UN General Assembly, Unification, United Nations, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, United Nations Population Fund, World Food Programme
South Korea Unexpectedly Approves Aid To Pyongyang As North Korea Calls Trump "Barking Dog"

There is no love lost in the endlessly escalating war of words and delightful soundbites between Trump and North Korea, and after the President threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea, the country's foreign minister said Trump's UN speech amounted to “the sound of a dog barking,” adding that Trump’s warnings are just a nonsensical “dog dream."

“If he was thinking he could scare us with the sound of a dog barking, that's really a dog dream,” North K Read more.....

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:51:54 +0000
Apple, Bank of New York, BIS, Bitcoin, Business, Capital Markets, China, Consumer Credit, Crude, Crude Oil, Debt Ceiling, Debt levels and flows, Deutsche Bank, Economic Club of Las Vegas, Economy, Economy of the United States, Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Bank, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Finance, Financial crisis of 2007–2008, Fiscal policy, Gold as an investment, Gold Bugs, goldman sachs, Goldman Sachs, Government debt, Great Recession, Gross Domestic Product, Housing Bubble, Information Technology, John Williams, Las Vegas, Monetary Policy, Money, National debt of the United States, New York Fed, New York Fed, North Korea, Recession, Reuters, S&P 500, Security, Sovereigns, Switzerland, US Federal Reserve, US government, World Economic Forum
Gold Investment "Compelling" As Fed May "Kill The Business Cycle"
Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:26:52 +0000
Avon Products, Banking Information Infrastructure Committee, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Business, Capital Formation, Capital Markets, CAT, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Comptroller of the Currency, Comptroller of the Currency, Computer security, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Consumer protection, Corporate crime, Credit Rating Agencies, Credit rating agency, Cyber Security Agency, Cyber-security regulation, Cybercrime, Cyberwarfare, Department of Homeland Security, Department of the Treasury, Department of the Treasury, FBIIC and FSSCC, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve, Federal Trade Commission, Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council, Financial Stability Oversight Council, FINRA, FINRA, flash, Government, Government Accountability Office, Information Technology, Insider trading, International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats, International Organization, Main Street, Market Manipulation, MSRB, National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology, office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, office of Management and Budget, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Rating Agencies, Reality, recovery, Risk Management, SEC's Division of Investment Management, SEC's office of Information Technology, SEC's office of Inspector General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities Fraud, Security engineering, Trading Systems, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
SEC Admits US Public Filing System Was Hacked, "May Have Resulted" In Countless Illegal Profits

Over two years ago, on an otherwise uneventful Thursday in May 2015, shares of Avon Products suddenly jumped 20% leaving investors stunned. The catalyst was quickly discovered: a filing recently uploaded to Edgar, the SEC’s public filings database and purportedly from London-based “PTG Capital”, claimed that the "private-equity" Read more.....

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