The Compound Enterprise Management Group Difference

Facilitation

CEMG excels at connecting businesses with strategic partners, private equity, and commercial lenders for acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures,  and mutually beneficial partnerships.

Execution

CEMG assists challenged companies execute a clear vision and reposition their organization for continued viability and long-term success in highly competitive environments.

Growth

CEMG ensures new companies build the proper foundation to handle exponential growth. While mature companies are shown ways to innovate and capture rising trends.

CEMG is dedicated to facilitating strategic initiatives and finding solutions for businesses looking to grow, be acquired, re-capitalized, re-structured or re-invented.

OUR SERVICES

Procurement

Private Equity

Finance

Mergers & Acquisitions

Restructuring

Consulting

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    J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. disclosed Tuesday that it will pay a $250 million civil money penalty as part of a resolution regarding past deficiencies in internal controls and internal audit for certain fiduciary activities. The resolution was entered into with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). "For several years, the bank […]

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(416) 642-6801
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