Bradley “Brad” Reifler is an American entrepreneur. He is best known as the founder of Forefront Capital Markets Management, LLC and has served as its chief executive officer since 2009.
According to Crunchbase, Brad Reifler is a founder of Forefront Advisory and serves as a partner at CIFCO International Group. In 1982, Bradley Reifler founded Reifler Trading Corporation ten founded Reifler Capital Management in 1992.
In 1995 he founded Pali Capital, Inc and served as its chief executive officer and chairman till 2008. As the leader at Pali Capital, the firm managed to achieve annual revenues of over $200 million and expanded to Australia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Latin America.
He was in charge of Refco Inc’s Institutional Sales Desk where his duties included: the creation of investment programs which would suit wealthy individuals, foreign exchange, and execution of global derivatives.
Brad is the director at Symmetry Property Development, LLC. He has also served on various boards and advisory councils, some of which are; Foresight Research Solution, the European American Investment Bank, and Genesis Securities.
Brad Reifler is the Director of ITG Market Research Inc, ITG Investment Research Inc, and ROOT Exchange. For the past three years, he has acted as an independent manager of Sino Mercury Acquisition Corp.
Bradley Reifler served as the Director of the Wins Finance Holdings Inc., for nearly a year (October 2015 to March 2016). Brad Reifler is one of the trustees of Millbrook School and serves as the chairman of the finance committee. He attended Bowdoin College from 1977-1981 where he earned a Bachelors’ Degree in Economics. He holds regulatory licenses, which include series 3, 7, 24 and 63.
Many companies have managed to achieve their financial goals by the help of Bradley’s leadership and experience. One of the brilliant initiatives introduced by Forefront Capital in 2014 was the Forefront Income Trust. Bradley Reifler decided to launch the program with the intention of helping non-accredited investors.
Previously, the firm had been making deals with accredited investors who made around $200, 000 annually and were valued at least a million dollars. Brad Reifler said that they had decided to turn to the non-accredited investors who were overlooked over the years.