Todd Fulton is a senior vice president at R.J. O'Brien & Associates, LLC in capital introduction.
Formerly, he was a vice president of managed futures, at Pioneer Futures, Inc., a futures commission merchant.
Prior to joining Pioneer in May 2012, Fulton was president of Mt. Kemble, LLC, an introducing broker that services the managed futures sector. From 2008 to 2008, Fulton was the vice president of operations at Meyer Capital Management. He began his career in the futures industry in 1995 as an associate at Lind-Waldock, where he eventually became its assistant director of managed futures.
John Lothian News Interviews
Todd Fulton of Pioneer Futures on CTA Fees, Capacity Caps and Managed Futures Mutual Funds (Part 2/2)
Todd Fulton, vice president, managed futures at Pioneer Futures, has been around the CTA space for more than 20 years. In Part 2 of our conversation, he spoke with JLN Managed Futures editor Jim Kharouf about emerging managers’ impact on the managed futures space as well as the effect of capacity caps have on various funds. He also discussed how flexible CTAs can be on fees. Fulton says some clients can get ‘zero and 25’ fee structures. And he discussed the potential for managed futures mutual funds, the plusses and questions that still remain for that product. Published Dec. 3, 2012. Watch at JohnLothianNews.com
Todd Fulton of Pioneer Futures on What Investors Want in Emerging Managers (Part 1/2)
Todd Fulton, Vice President, Managed Futures at Pioneer Futures, has been around the CTA space for more than 20 years. He spoke with JLN Managed Futures editor Jim Kharouf about just what it is that attracts investors to emerging CTAs, why he isn’t sold on Sharpe ratios, what fees really are and the future for managed futures. Published Oct. 31, 2012. Watch at JohnLothianNews.com
Fulton attended DePaul University. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Army, where he worked as an air traffic controller, stationed in Korea.
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