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Canadian shop Integrated Managed Futures now has more than $50m in assets under management

Monday, May 30, 2011

David G. Mather
Opalesque Industry Update - Integrated Managed Futures Corp. (“IMFC” – www.imfc.ca) now has over $50 million in assets under management. This represents a significant milestone for IMFC, which launched its IMFC Global program in February of 2007.

“We would like to thank everyone who has helped get us to this level, in particular those investors and their advisors who have placed their confidence in us, as well as all of our strategic partners and service providers who have been so instrumental in helping us grow and develop,” said IMFC’ statement.

IMFC is a systematic, long-term managed futures program with rigorous risk control. Broadly diversified, it invests in more than 60 global physical and financial commodities. Click here to visit the website.

IMFC has expanded its research team with the hiring of Brian Chuah as Director of Quantitative Research and John Lukovich as Trader & Research Analyst. More recently, David Mather and Paul Patterson have been brought onboard from IMFC’s parent company, Integrated Asset Management, to be President & Chief Operating Officer and Director of Business Development, respectively. All of these new hires have significantly expanded IMFC’ scope and capabilities and should be instrumental in helping the company get to the next level.

(press release)


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