Kaufmann-Rothstein International Signs Partnership Agreement on Managed Futures Expansion

Kaufmann-Rothstein International, a top commodity futures and brokerage trading services for all types of asset classes and related commodity products has recently signed a memorandum of agreement with Lorence & Vander Zwart on its effort to expand its managed futures program.

Haarlem, Netherlands, July 08, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Based on signed agreement, Lorence & Vander Zwart’s Commodity Trading Advisors’ programs will be merged with Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s existing managed futures programs and services to provide a more comprehensive and wide-ranging selections of alternative investment programs.

Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s Managed futures programs are diversified accounts directed and managed by licensed commodity trading advisors who trade futures contracts on behalf of the account holders. The futures contracts include commodities, softs, metals, energies, currencies, grains and equity indices.

Commenting on the merging of two leading brokers, Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s COO Lindsay Kornemann said: “Managed futures programs are among the most significant aspect in portfolio diversification and with the recent partnership with Lorence & Vander Zwart, we are excited to experience a totally beneficial fusion of expertise, technology and trading strategies.”

“Our partnership is part of our initiative of empowering our clients with best options of managed futures services and supporting technologies. Our newly intensified managed futures offering will surely help meet investment goals of every trader,” Kornemann added.

Managed futures are significantly and increasing well-liked alternative investment service through different programs that merges the potential to reduce general portfolio risk and the opportunity to profit in a diversity of economic environments.

In the second quarter of 2010, managed futures exceeded all other hedge funds and investment strategies based on Barclays’ record of asset under management. Managed futures have even outshined the stock market by 51 percent in the same year of 2008.

For Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s managed futures traders, this expansion offer additional opportunities to modify their trading portfolios in line with their projected earnings and risk tolerance. Also, managed futures clients will experience complete transparency into their managed futures trading accounts supported with daily account statement available online or by email.

Kaufmann-Rothstein International
Paul Reeves