3.30.2022 Ed McRedmond hired as Senior Sales and Distribution Partner.
The Future Fund to Broaden Distribution
McRedmond hired as Senior Sales and Distribution Partner
Chicago, IL – March 30, 2022 – Ed McRedmond, a 20-year veteran in the ETF space, has been hired by The Future Fund LLC, advisor to The Future Fund Active ETF (FFND) as Senior Sales and Distribution Partner. The firm, an SEC registered investment advisor, invests in businesses positioned to capitalize on secular megatrends creating fundamental change in their markets.
McRedmond is tasked with strengthening distribution and introducing the fund to more platforms. He is the founder and managing principal of etfEd™ Advisory, which provides consulting services to existing ETF providers and asset managers looking to enter the space.
“Ed’s experience and well-established network in the ETF space will introduce FFND to a wider audience and help us attract assets more quickly,” said David Kalis, partner, The Future Fund LLC. “His network extends to professional buyers and gatekeepers across the industry. We’re excited about our relationship.”
During his career, McRedmond held a variety of positions in the ETF industry, including key accounts, institutional sales, relationship management, manager research, and model portfolio management. Prior to founding his own firm, he spent 11 years at Invesco PowerShares where he was SVP and Director of ETF Business Development. McRedmond has received many industry accolades over the years.
About The Future Fund, LLC
The Future Fund, LLC, is an SEC-registered investment advisor focusing on companies with secular growth opportunities created by fundamental change in their markets that the partners believe can change the world.
The firm manages concentrated, high-conviction secular growth portfolios for clients in both a long-only and a hedged equity structure in addition to The Future Fund Active ETF, an exchange-traded fund (FFND). The firm’s goal is to discover unrecognized equity value, believing that transformative companies will displace legacy industry incumbents over time.
Gary Black, managing partner, has nearly 30-years’ portfolio management and investment research experience, complemented by operational expertise. He has an M.B.A. from Harvard School of Business and B.Sc. in Economics from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
David Kalis, C.F.A., partner, has more than 25-years’ experience managing small- and mid-cap growth portfolios and leading investment research teams. He has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
More information is available at https://thefuturefund.com.
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