Mimmy Cooper started in the financial services business in 1976 as a computer programmer with John Hancock. She went on to run a business line for Interactive Data Corp. (IDC) before moving to the Boston Company and then PanAgora Asset Management in senior Client Services roles. In 1991 she moved to Independence Investments, where she ran the Client Service Department and ultimately served as Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Board of Directors from 2000 to 2009.
Along with Mark Lapman, Mimmy founded Cooper Lapman Financial, LLC in 2009 to provide financial planning and investment management services to individuals and families. After almost 14 years of successful service to its clients, Cooper Lapman Financial merged with The Colony Group in early 2023, and Mimmy is excited about continuing her work within this larger and well-resourced company.
Mimmy completed her MBA at Boston College in 1983 and her Series 65 Investment Adviser License in 2009. She also completed a certification program in financial planning at Boston University in 2010.
Mimmy serves on the New England Board of the American Technion Society. She also serves as Vice President of The Boston Synagogue Board of Directors.
What you might not know about Mimmy: She has an adventurous side that has taken her zip-lining in Costa Rica, heli-hiking in the Canadian Rockies and snorkeling in the Virgin Islands.