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Authenticity and integrity, values which emanate from the heart, form the foundation of how I lead. This is quite different from the reigning value system in finance, created from a place where the head is dominant. When the head dominates, we tend to get a system based on maximization of profit with less consideration of read more »
Read as David Cooper describes the personal and financial journey that led him to partner with Holly Ruxin and co-found Montcalm Capital: Growing up, I didn’t have a lot. My mom was a teen when she gave birth to me and had not yet finished high school. My youth was spent largely on my read more »
Holly Ruxin: How the Market Instability and My Son’s Disability Led Me to Build a Different Kind of Investment FirmIn The News|December 20, 2018
A recent article in Forbes features Montcalm CEO Holly Ruxin along with Montcalm Capital and its recent partnership with CLEARAS Water Recovery. Focusing on female founders and how “women want to use their financial muscle to advance women,” the article showcases Holly’s journey with Montcalm and explains how Montcalm Capital’s alliance with CLEARAS creates opportunities read more »
We at Montcalm are happy to announce that we have been awarded Best for the World and Best for Customers 2018 by the B Corporation! Both awards mean that we have scored in the top 10% of all Certified B Corporations in the world, across all sectors. These awards represent not only our passion to read more »
The women leaders interviewed for this series are clear about today’s capital market opportunities and risks. They are embracing both as the investment industry transitions toward a low carbon economy with greater emphasis on the economic value of intangible corporate assets and social impact enterprises.
Check out B Lab’s Comprehensive List of Certified B Corporation Honorees that are leading the way to a shared and durable prosperity for all.
Montcalm is featured in a roundup of practices and goals from B Lab’s 2017 Best for Workers Honorees
The bull-minded optimists that gravitate toward Wall Street are herded and fed by the major investment banks and brokerages, which because of their commission-based business models, try to encourage broad participation in the financial markets.