CMA is a results-oriented professional boutique-consulting firm with a specialized focus in capital markets. Our resources are highly experienced, averaging over 10 years of experience in financial services working at the major financial institutions. CMA resources bring a broad set of tools and market knowledge to firms and situations that need to be addressed with confidence in execution as well as expeditious delivery.
Values and Mission
Clients First – At CMA, Clients First means delivering results, keeping our clients’ best interests to heart, and delivering on our promises. We strive to develop long-term partnerships with our clients and as such provide a high-impact, collaborative approach. CMA brings the best of our team to every engagement to ensure our clients’ visions are achieved.
Proven Industry Experience – Our team is comprised of senior-level financial services professionals and process experts. Our objective is to address each client’s challenges, provide comprehensive advisory services and strive to deliver results. All of our professionals have significant experience in strategy, transactions, implementation, business, technology and operations.
Collaborative Work Approach – CMA works collaboratively with our clients, our clients’ vendors, and our clients’ partners. We work in close coordination at all levels of the organization and strive to ensure that our expertise and knowledge are transferred for ongoing use.
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- SIFMA Comment on Trump Presidential Actions April 21, 2017
- SIFMA Executive Vice President Randy Snook Remarks as Prepared for the 2017 Canada-US Securities Summit April 20, 2017
- SIFMA Comment Letters Critical of DOL Fiduciary Rule April 17, 2017
- Bloomberg Markets: SIFMA President and CEO Ken Bentsen discusses criticism and future of the fiduciary rule. April 17, 2017
- SIFMA Statement on DOL's 60-Day Delay of the Fiduciary Rule April 5, 2017
- SIFMA Statement on DOL 60-Day Delay of the Fiduciary Rule April 5, 2017
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