Few entrepreneurs can be described as titans of the Wall Street. Brad Reifler is one of these businessmen who has built a fortune investing their time and fortune on the Wall Street. Brad not only boasts of a career in financial services that spans over three decades but also a lot of fortune he has created for himself by providing investment solutions.
According to Bloomberg, how did Brad Reifler start his career on the Wall Street? In the early 80’s Mr. Reifler took the bold step of single-handedly starting financial services and Investment Company. He named the firm Reifler Trading Corporation. Little did Reifler know that a few years later RTC would become an investment powerhouse that he then sold to Refco Inc.
In the mid 90’s, Brad founded another financial service, and investment outfit called Pali Capital. At Pali, Brad Reifler held the prestigious position of CEO. He steered the company to heights of success never achieved before.
In just a decade, Pali Capital had grown by leaps and bounds. The firm boasted a global presence with management offices located in various international locations such as the U.S., Singapore, Australia, the U.K. and Latin America. With over 200 employees, Pali Capital was able to record revenues of over $200 million annually.
In the year 2009, Brad Reifler decided to start up another venture he called Forefront Management Group, LLC. Forefront is a hedge fund and financial services company. Individuals and institutions which are keen on growing the wealth can get guidance and services from Forefront. Due to its diverse clientele, Forefront can provide holistic solutions to investors and institutions. Over the years, the growth of Forefront has been on an upward curve.
Speaking to Bloomberg, Brad posits that investors need to understand how the world of financial services operates before they venture into it. They also need to scrutinize contracts investment companies before appending their signatures.
According to Brad most of the fears against hedge funds and investment is triggered by the lack of sufficient knowledge in the financial sector.
Another field of focus for Reifler is the creation of investment products that encourage the middle-income class also to take part in investment.