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Capital Markets

BMT’s Capital Markets team works with customers by delivering risk management products and innovative structuring strategies to high net worth individuals, small businesses, commercial developers, and middle market corporations. Our Interest Rate Hedging team engages with commercial and corporate borrowers to offer competitive and customized lending solutions using swaps and other debt hedging instruments. Our International Services team helps individuals and companies minimize cross-border currency and counterparty risk with more efficient and effective international payment practices using a variety of Foreign Exchange and Trade Finance product capabilities. Our hallmark is in creating lasting, integral relationships for BMT while making the customers we work with more effective in what they seek to accomplish through best-in-class education, capabilities, execution, and support.

International Services

Whether you are buying or selling goods or services across border, acquiring or divesting a foreign asset, executing a significant capital expenditure or investing in foreign markets, BMT offers a range of international services designed to meet your needs.

Interest Rate Hedging

The Capital Markets team at BMT works directly with commercial and corporate borrowers to deliver risk management strategies and product structuring solutions. By managing interest rate risk with hedging instruments, borrowers protect themselves against rising debt servicing costs.

Correspondent Banking

Our correspondent bankers understand the challenges facing small to mid-sized financial institutions. Backed by decades of experience working for and with community banks, we partner with our clients to deliver customized analysis, tools, and expertise to manage risk and drive bottom line results.

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Market Insights

  • BMT Monday Market Insights – March 1, 2021
    In this week’s Monday Market Insights, we discuss Bitcoin, the recent rise in interest rates, and one area of the market that we believe is being underappreciated. In the Chart of the Week, we dive further into the rise in interest rates and the historical relationship between rising interest rates and stock market valuations. We end with more discussion about how rising interest rates may impact the stock market.
  • BMT Monday Market Insights – February 22, 2021
    In this week’s Monday Market Insights, we highlight the performance of small-cap stocks, examine the FOMC minutes, and review favorable recently released economic data. In our Chart of the Week, we examine the recent decline in COVID-19 cases and the economic and financial market implications going forward. Finally, in the Commentary section, we address the topic of investor complacency.
  • BMT Monday Market Insights – February 16, 2021
    In this week’s Market Insights, we cover equity market performance, the weak labor market and potential for fiscal stimulus, and the recent low in junk bond yields. In our Chart of the Week, we discuss the steepening U.S. Treasury yield curve. Finally, we highlight increasing inflation expectations and monetary policy.