Brad Reifler

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Brad Reifler
Born Bradley Reifler
Nationality American
Alma mater Bowdoin College
Occupation Serial entrepreneur
Known for Founder and chief executive of Forefront Capital

Brad Reifler is an American entrepreneur. He is best known as the founder and chief executive of Forefront Capital.[1][2][3] He is the former founding partner, chairman and CEO of Pali Capital, a global financial services firm.[4][5] Prior to founding Pali Capital, Reifler was a star trader at Refco.[6] His first business, Reifler Trading Company, was acquired by Refco in 2000.[7] Reifler is a director at Sino Mercury Company.[8] He also was a director of Genesis Securities,[9] European American Investment Bank, Foresight Research Solutions[10] and a founding director of Wins Finance Holdings.[11][12]

He is the grandson of Refco founder Ray E. Friedman.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tim Lee (December 22, 2011). "N.Y. House of the Day: Brad Reifler's Sky Blue Farm estate in Millbrook, N.Y., For Sale, $1Million - Photos - WSJ". Wall Street Journal.
  2. ^ Staff (May 5, 2012). "Alpha International Consulting, Llc; Alpha International Consulting, LLC Announces a Strategic Alliance With Forefront Capital 5 May 2012". Investment Weekly News.
  3. ^ "Sino Mercury Acquisition Corp. (Form S-1, Received: 07/18/2014 16:33:37)". Securities and Exchange Commission (US).
  4. ^ Jaleh Hagigh (September 1, 2009). "Elon parents make generous gifts to support Lindner Hall". E-Net News (Elon University).
  5. ^ Deborah Netburn (October 30, 2000) "Geraldo’s Family Finds Sweet Clapboard House for Mere $6.8 Million". New York Observer.
  6. ^ Elliot Blair Smith (November 9, 2005). "Former Refco CEO to unveil new trading venture". USA Today.
  7. ^ "Sino Mercury Acquisition Corp. (Form S-1, Received: 07/18/2014 16:33:37)". Securities and Exchange Commission (US).
  8. ^ "Sino Mercury Acquisition Corp. (Form S-1, Received: 07/18/2014 16:33:37)". Securities and Exchange Commission (US).
  9. ^ Megan Johnston (November 7, 2006). "Deepest Discount Broker". Forbes.
  10. ^ Staff. "Bradley Carl Reifler: Executive Profile & Biography - Businessweek". Businessweek.
  11. ^ ALPERT, BILL (2016-12-24). "The Mystery Stock That's Up 15-Fold This Year". Barron's Asia. Barrons. Retrieved 30 March 2017. 
  12. ^ Katz, Lily (30 March 2017). "This Chinese Stock Soared 4,500% on Nasdaq and No One Knows Why". Bloomberg. Retrieved 30 March 2017. 
  13. ^ Smith, Elliot (8 November 2005). "Refco's flameout ends history of ups, downs". Retrieved 30 March 2017. 

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