Bradley Reifler, is the founder and CEO of Forefront Capital. He also founded and served as CEO and Chairman of Pali Capital. He owns Sky Blue Farm in Millbrook, New York. He is a successful American entrepreneur.
Before starting Pali Capital and Forefront, Brad was a top trader at Refco. Refco bought his first company, Reifler Trading in 2000. He is a director at Sino Mercury. His grandfather, Ray Freidman, was the founder of Refco.
With Forefront, Brad Reifler has put together an experienced team of managers to handle large pools of capital. They offer investors exposure to a number of different investment options. They advise both individual investors and institutional clients. They work on both a discretionary and non-discretionary basis.
They manage risk on a micro level, through due diligence, and also on the macro level. Institutional investors are about to depend on Forefront traders for successful outcomes.
Brad Reifler runs Forefront Capital with a strict code of ethics, from his registered investment advisors. The code of ethics establishes the standards by which business is conducted and defines what is expected of each person employed by the firm. Learn more about Brad Reifler: http://www.barrons.com/articles/the-mystery-stock-thats-up-14-fold-this-year-1482555949
Brad Reifler started his career in the early 1980s. His first firm Reifler Trading managed millions of dollars in discretionary accounts. They became an institutional research and derivative adviser. They were one of the largest independent futures companies in existence.
Pali Capital was a sell side broker dealer, involved only in the equity markets. He developed a unique trading strategy using derivative products. Reifler ran Pali for 13 years. Forefront was started in 2009 and he is still the head of the company.
According to Bloomberg, Brad Reifler is a Director at Symmetry Property, and ITG Market Research. He has served on several boards and advisory groups. At the end of 2014, Forefront introduced an income fund that was designed for non-accredited investors.
This group includes middle class people, who have less than $1 million to invest. The fund’s purpose is to provide a way for every investor to have access to vehicles for income and capital preservation.