From businesses to individuals, we all have been impacted by the pandemic in one way or another. As we continuously navigate through what seems to be a new strain every other week, COVID has prompted many companies to think outside of the box and change how they communicate with their customers.
Change opens the door for new opportunities and growth. If these past two years have taught us anything, we know the importance of providing different avenues to connect with clients, quality services, and education. In fact, these types of services prompted the HFM U.S. Quant Service Awards to recognize RCM Alternatives as the Best Introducing Broker for the ninth consecutive year!
After a tough two years, quant funds needed innovative and consistent support to grow, and we couldn’t be more humbled to celebrate this great victory! Let’s take a look at some of the achievements from this past year that made it all possible:
- Produced over 50 episodes of the Derivative. We hosted various guests like Adam Butler, Jason Buck to Jim Rogers; we discussed topics like Bitcoin, trend following, inflation, and everything in between — ending the year with nearly a quarter million watches and listens! Get instant access to new episodes when they are released by subscribing here.
- Published over 80 blog posts. RCM publishes weekly blog posts on the latest industry topics and covers various items from whitepapers, new funds, review monthly asset class scoreboards, liquid Alt performances, and more!
- Hosted over 36 Lunch and Learns. RCM’s Lunch and Learn Series put Liquid Alt mutual funds and Privately Offered Funds in front of a network of RIAs. In 2021 RCM hosted over 36 virtual sessions and over 1,000 attendees participated. Be sure to add these upcoming lunch and learns to your calendars here.
- Saw over $100 million allocated. From our work with the team at Mutiny Funds (link) to a network of Chinese investors allocating to US CTA signals (link), to our core business of helping institutional and high net worth individuals access unique alternative investment strategies – over $100 million of new capital was allocated to managers working with RCM.
We are already hard at work pushing the envelope this year to do even more, and want to thank everyone we work and collaborate with on a day-to-day basis, especially our clients, for trusting us as the go-to source for all things alternative investments.
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