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PMCF, a U.S. registered broker/dealer, is a middle market investment bank providing global merger and acquisition and financial advisory services to private, public, and sponsor-backed companies throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Since its inception, the firm has successfully completed over 350 engagements for clients in multiple industry sectors.

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U.S. VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS JUST GATHERED UP THE MOST MONEY THEY’VE RAISED IN A DECADE

techcrunch.com | April 11, 2016

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Many in Silicon Valley may be worrying more and more about how to transform their startup stakes into cold, hard cash. But that’s not stopping institutional investors from writing out some very big checks to venture capital firms.Somewhat astonishingly, U.S. firms just closed on more capital commitments than they have since the second quarter of 2006, according to new data from the National Venture Capital Association and Thomson Reuters....

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PRO-TESLA BILL BRINGS PROMISE OF INVESTMENT IN CONNECTICUT

ctviewpoints.org | April 11, 2016

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In January, GE announced that they were leaving Connecticut for Massachusetts, sending shockwaves through every corner of the state.While much progress has been made over the last six years to make our state a more competitive place to do business, the fact one of the world’s most innovative companies decided to pack up and leave was a real call to action.Connecticut used to be home to some of the world’s most innovative companies. From Eli Whitney to Samuel Colt, from the fris...

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INDUSTRIAL POLICY REVISITED

cigionline.org | June 09, 2015

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Policy fads can be as fickle as fashion trends. Many years ago, industrial policy was all the rage. Proponents argued that "strategic" interventions in key industries could foster development and spur growth. Japan, with its mighty Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) was held up as a model. And books with titles such as "Japan as Number One" warned ominously that countries failing to identify and support strategic sectors would risk falling progressively behin...

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SECULAR STAGNATION, DEFLATION RISKS, BEGGAR-THY-NEIGHBOR POLICIES

None | March 27, 2014

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Ok, so, here is the problem worrying some: Behind the encouraging headlines of somewhat stronger growth in the advanced economies, Larry Summers worries that the North Atlantic economy — think: old Europe and the New World of Canada and the U.S., with Japan thrown in for good measure — is at risk of secular stagnation, perpetually trapped in a low-growth environment; meanwhile, the IMF frets that Europe is flirting with deflation, China is slowing as conditional convergence suggests it eventuall...

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U.S. VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS JUST GATHERED UP THE MOST MONEY THEY’VE RAISED IN A DECADE

techcrunch.com | April 11, 2016

Many in Silicon Valley may be worrying more and more about how to transform their startup stakes into cold, hard cash. But that’s not stopping institutional investors from writing out some very big checks to venture capital firms.Somewhat astonishingly, U.S. firms just closed on more capital commitments than they have since the second quarter of 2006, according to new data from the National Venture Capital Association and Thomson Reuters....

Read More
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PRO-TESLA BILL BRINGS PROMISE OF INVESTMENT IN CONNECTICUT

ctviewpoints.org | April 11, 2016

In January, GE announced that they were leaving Connecticut for Massachusetts, sending shockwaves through every corner of the state.While much progress has been made over the last six years to make our state a more competitive place to do business, the fact one of the world’s most innovative companies decided to pack up and leave was a real call to action.Connecticut used to be home to some of the world’s most innovative companies. From Eli Whitney to Samuel Colt, from the fris...

Read More
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INDUSTRIAL POLICY REVISITED

cigionline.org | June 09, 2015

Policy fads can be as fickle as fashion trends. Many years ago, industrial policy was all the rage. Proponents argued that "strategic" interventions in key industries could foster development and spur growth. Japan, with its mighty Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) was held up as a model. And books with titles such as "Japan as Number One" warned ominously that countries failing to identify and support strategic sectors would risk falling progressively behin...

Read More
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SECULAR STAGNATION, DEFLATION RISKS, BEGGAR-THY-NEIGHBOR POLICIES

None | March 27, 2014

Ok, so, here is the problem worrying some: Behind the encouraging headlines of somewhat stronger growth in the advanced economies, Larry Summers worries that the North Atlantic economy — think: old Europe and the New World of Canada and the U.S., with Japan thrown in for good measure — is at risk of secular stagnation, perpetually trapped in a low-growth environment; meanwhile, the IMF frets that Europe is flirting with deflation, China is slowing as conditional convergence suggests it eventuall...

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