Michael Sweatman

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Michael Sweatman

"A venture capitalist and businessman, birder and conservationist, one of Mr. Sweatman's primary interests is to promote the private sector role in conservation worldwide, particularly in Africa. He provided the original impetus that eventually led to the creation of the multi-billion dollar Global Environmental Fund (GEF). He is president of Green Mountain Capital, Stowe, Vermont, and formerly president of The Mercantile Bank (Montreal), executive vice president of the Bank of Montreal (Toronto), and president, WesBank (Barclays, South Africa)." [1]

In 2007 JMAR Technologies, Inc. "announced today that it has appointed Michael Sweatman as its Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Sweatman has extensive experience as a senior financial executive. He has been the Managing General Partner of Green Mountain Capital, L.P., a successful Vermont-based Small Business Investment Company, for the past fifteen years. Mr. Sweatman is currently winding down the operations of Green Mountain as he takes on the duties of CFO for JMAR.

"Prior to forming Green Mountain Capital, Mr. Sweatman worked with the Ontario Development Corporation, implementing systems and procedures for small business, and with World Resources Institute as a Visiting Fellow. His senior level experience with financial services organizations also includes positions with Barclay's Bank International, Bank of Montreal and U.S. Mercantile Bank of Canada." [1]

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  1. Business Wire JMAR Technologies Appoints Michael Sweatman Chief Financial Officer, organizational web page, accessed February 17, 2012.
  2. Trustees, Wilderness Foundation (South Africa), accessed June 16, 2010.