About Montminy and Co.
Montminy & Co. is a boutique investment bank that specializes in providing strategic and financial advisory services. The firm offers expertise in mergers & acquisitions, capital markets, restructuring & special situations, and strategic advisory. Montminy & Co. primarily serves sectors such as business & financial services, consumer products & services, healthcare & life sciences, industrial & renewables, real estate & hospitality, technology, and sports, media & entertainment. It is based in Los Angeles, California.
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Sep 5, 2023
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