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Attain launches Family of Alternative Investment Funds
Attain Portfolio Advisors, announces the launch of its new wealth advisor focused Alternative Investment Family of Funds.
“The world of accessing privately offered alternative investment funds is pretty backwards”, says Attain founding partner Jeff Malec. “Most platforms have a supermarket-
The platform eschews a one size fits all approach for the ability to customize exposure across five of the main types of commodities based alternative investments:
Brince Wilford of Covenant Capital Management, the platform’s trend following sub advisor, said “We’re excited to be a part of the Attain Family of Funds and have been extremely pleased with the high quality service providers, reporting, and educational materials seen on the platform.”
Each fund has an independent third party administration, auditing, and management team. This allows for the ability to freely transfer between funds, while showing on customer statements at custodians such as Schwab, Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and more.
To make the family of funds more accessible, Attain has launched a new website in tandem at www.attainfunds.com, offering several educational whitepapers and a free assessment of advisors alternative investment exposure in the managed futures space. For more information, please contact John Cummings at 800-311-1145 or email@example.com, or Jeff Eizenberg at 614-468-1239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attain Portfolio Advisors (“Attain”) is a registered commodity pool operator and commodity trading advisor, and is the fund management arm of Attain Capital Management, a registered commodity brokerage firm recently awarded the Best Introducing Broker Award by CTA Intelligence. Attain has been helping investors identify and access top managed futures programs since 2002. The firm currently allocates to 30+ managers with combined assets over $6 Billion (purposely avoiding the $1 Billion and over managers).