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Midland IRA added to FNEX.com

Midland IRA has been added to FNEX’s self-directed IRA network. 

FNEX platform users can invest their retirement funds in a multitude of private securities and managed accounts rather than being limited only to the public stock and bond markets.
 
FNEX announced the launch of FNEX.com, an online marketplace for alternative investments, including placements in private companies, hedge funds and managed futures accounts, in September 2013. The web-based platform provides accredited investors, family offices and institutions access to investment opportunities offered by investment banks and funds across the US.
 
“We continue to remain focused on delivering the necessary tools to our accredited investors on the FNEX.com platform,” says Todd Ryden, CEO of FNEX. “Midland is dedicated to providing accurate and innovative training and educational curriculum on self-directed IRAs and is a great addition to our online investment marketplace.”
 
Midland is a provider self-directed IRA custodial and administrative services that is committed to providing investors with the opportunity to build wealth through investments they understand and control. Through self-directed IRAs, Midland gives individuals the option to diversify their retirement funds and allocate to products and strategies that are not 100 per cent correlated with the stock market. 
 
“Investors are always seeking new options and alternatives for both IRA and non-IRA accounts. With a self-directed IRA from Midland, FNEX’s accredited investors can invest retirement funds when, where, and how they want,” says Brandon Stith, general manager and vice president of Midland IRA.


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