BMO Capital Markets

BMO Capital Markets was formed in June 2006 as a result of an amalgamation between the U.S., Canadian and international wholesale banking capabilities of the BMO Financial Group. The BMO Financial Group was established in 1817.
Then it went by the name of Bank of Montreal. Until 1935, the Bank of Montreal was the Central Bank of Canada. The BMO Capital Markets has 26 branches worldwide.

Services of BMO Capital Markets:
The following are the services of BMO Capital Markets:
Project financing and corporate lending
Debt and equity underwriting
Debt and equity research
Merchant banking
Acquisition and merger advisory services
Treasury and market risk management
Securitization
Institutional trading and sales

BMO Capital Markets provides investment banking services. Besides complex structured financing, this organization also provides traditional loans.

BMO Capital Markets – The solutions provided by BMO Capital Markets are as follows:

  • Debt products
  • M & A advisory
  • Private placements
  • Mezzanine debt
  • Private equity
  • Equity products
  • Securitization

The corporate banking services of BMO Capital Markets are targeted towards fulfilling the ambitions of their client companies in the best possible way. The corporate banking services include helping companies to access capital easily. The asset-based lending and corporate lending services of the BMO Capital Markets are very useful for the client companies.

The treasury services of BMO Capital Markets include innovative solutions for cash management. This helps in gaining control over and managing cash. This bank also provides banking services to other financial institutions and correspondent banks.

Trade finance services of BMO Capital Markets help in risk management. This organization also provides e-Procurement solutions. The integrated currency, debt, commodity and interest solutions of BMO Capital Markets helps in risk management.

BMO Capital Markets helps its clients with institutional investments. The professional investment managers of BMO Capital Markets work in close congruence with the client companies and select for them the investment options that would best fulfill their investment goals.

Contact details:

Toronto:
100 King Street West
1 First Canadian Place
Toronto, ON M5X 1H3

Montreal:
1501 McGill College Ave
Montreal, QC H3A 3M8

New York:
3 Times Square
New York, NY 10036

Chicago:
111 West Monroe St
Chicago, IL 60603

U.K. & Europe:
95 Queen Victoria Street
London EC4V 4HG

Asia:
Suite 3208,
Haitong Securities Tower
689 Guangdong Road
Shanghai, China 200001

BMO Capital Markets
Type Subsidiary of Bank of Montreal
Industry Investment Banking Financial Services
Predecessor Nesbitt, Thomson & Co. Burns Fry
Founded 1987 (acquisition of Nesbitt Thomson)
Headquarters First Canadian Place Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Products Wholesale Banking, Mergers and acquisitions, Market making, Commodity products, Foreign exchange, Prime brokerage, Private equity, Securitization, Trade finance
Revenue $3.724 billion CAD (2014)
Parent Bank of Montreal
Website www.bmocm.com

 

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Last Updated on : 20th July 2016

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