RCM Alternatives Wins Best Introducing Broker Fourth Year in a Row

cta-intelligence-awards-rcm-alternativesIf you’ve been spent any time on the RCM Alternatives website as of late, you might have noticed things look a little different. We’re talking about a completely fresh look, designed purely with the idea of making it as user friendly as possible for potential investors to find an alternative investment research, stats, and a fund the might be right for their portfolio.

This has been possible due to the hard work our team has put in, in our 15-year history. From the beginning, we’ve spent hours poring over research, doing due diligence on emerging managed futures managers, and building relationships with our clients, with the hopes of delighting our clients.

Which is why we are honored our community has chosen RCM Alternatives as the Best Introducing Broker from CTA Intelligence for the fourth year in a row.

We couldn’t have done it without you: our readers, our clients, and our partnerships with some of the best in the industry. We cannot tell you how much it means to us to be the go to source for all things Managed Futures.

We’re not done yet. We’ve got more surprises on the way. Sign-up here to stay in the know with all our new releases and features on our site! Stay Tuned!

*The 2015 and 2014 awards were won by Attain Capital Management, which was acquired by RCM Alternatives in March of 2015.

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