Clearleaf Finance LLC has over 50 years of financial management and investment experience between it's founders. We are at the forefront of this quickly changing economy and work closely with our accredited investors and clients because we are fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations. We also believe in keeping our services affordable to business and consumers, providing collections through Purestone Services LLC - Clearleaf's sister company


We will continue to work hard to earn loyalty each and every day, bringing results that others are unlikely to sustain.

Co-founded by Two Exec's in 2013

Experience

The most important thing - experience

          ​Lou Kelmanson  &   Kris Robbins,


With over 50 years of combined finance, risk, investment and executive management experience.


The partners began Clearleaf Finance investing for their own accounts.  They soon found other very interested "accredited" investors as debt holders helping it lead to the foundation of this growing company - now twenty times (20 x) its original size in just six years.


Their mission is to address the limitations surrounding choices available for achieving higher, predictable returns, and at reasonable risk levels -  "back to returns you deserve" since the U.S. economic recession.​  


We're dedicated to finding higher returns, managing risk and crafting better choices.

About Us

a worry free future?


Wouldn't we all want that.  Finally, if you are an Accredited Investor, as defined under SEC Rule 501, you can tackle the problem of low-to-no yields from short term invested dollars.  And, you can get there without risk of trying to reach high returns in volatile public securities. 

What Really Matters

Comfortable investment, financing or processing decisions require working with trusted, experienced professionals. 


You can easily find places to put your money, with eager firms or commissioned brokers or advisers wanting your money.  BUT, ...

Not all places are created the same, or do they actually deliver returns or "alpha" on a risk-adjusted basis.