Corporate responsibility is a broad term, but for CMM it relates to the exemplary professional standards we endeavour to offer our clients and the way in which members of staff and the company as a whole contribute to the global and local community.

From our involvement with local charities to raising funds and increasing awareness about mine clearance projects in some of the most troubled countries in the world, we offer our time and resources with glad hearts.

On arrival at Corporate Money Matters’ reception you are unlikely to miss the company’s collection of landmines.

This unusual display, which includes a rare Russian shoebox landmine, reflects the company’s work with MAG, a charity that reclaims land contaminated with the remnants of conflict such as landmines, cluster munitions, bombs and mortar shells.

CMM managing director, Graham Allen, is UK voluntary ambassador for MAG. His work involves visits to MAG projects, most recently Laos, enabling him to spread the word about the charity’s work wherever possible and to fundraise the UK. As MAG points out, left over ordnance doesn’t obey ceasefire agreements.

In the commercial world, Corporate Money Matters’ social responsibility profile continues to evolve. We have taken a leading role in sourcing funding for the renewable energy sector, keeping up with the latest technological advances and political manoeuvrings. This has been essential as lenders often need to develop their understanding of the industry before engaging with a funding proposal. We are also committed to supporting rural business in all its diversity, from agriculture to high-tech.

Overall, we are recognised for holding clients’ interests close to our hearts and to this end Graham has been involved in a number of challenging financial restructuring projects, across various sectors that have been successful in keeping administrators at bay.

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