Brad Reifler is a New-York based serial entrepreneur. He is the current CEO of ForeFront Income Trust, which he founded in 2009. He has over 20 years of experience in finance, asset management, hedge funds, investment advisory, and management of equities. Mr. Reifler enjoys spending his time playing tennis, horse riding, motorbike riding, and reading. Reifler graduated from Bowdoin College in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science.
After graduating from College, Brad Reifler founded Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982. In 1992, he founded Reifler Capital Management, which was a subsidiary of Reifler Trading Corporation. He later sold the company to Refco in 2000. In 1995, Brad Reifler founded Pali Capital and became the company’s Chairman and CEO. The company experienced tremendous growth through a $200 million increase in revenue in every financial year. He left the company in 2008 and launched Forefront Capital Markets Management.
Brad Reifler experience with the global markets has seen him serve as a director of different companies such as Wins Finance Holdings, Root Exchange, ITG Market Research, and Property Development. He has been on the Board of Directors at European American Investment Bank, Genesis Securities, and the Foresight Research Solutions.
Small Scale Investors
Three major problems hinder the investors from experiencing financial growth according to Brad Reifler. One of the biggest problems lies with the limitations for the non-accredited investors on the investments that they are supposed to make. The restrictions have created a large pool of small non-accredited investors who have to compete for the few investment opportunities available that have a high correlation with the stock markets. The large firms also charge the investors very high management fees which challenging to the investors.
Forefront Capital Markets Management
Reifler concern for the small investors led to the founding of the Forefront Capital. Reifler has decided to provide the investments reserved for the wealthy and the accredited investors to help the small entrepreneurs make profits. His company does not charge management fee until the investor makes 8% income. There is no correlation between the investments and the stock and equity markets. Therefore, the downside fluctuations in the market do not affect the investor.