US-based fund management firm MCM has forayed into two new countries further expanding its global footprint.
The New Jersey-headquartered firm said it will start offering its services to institutional investors, as well as qualified and retail investors in Malaysia and Singapore.
Founded in 1998, MCM specialises in the systematic trading of global futures and currencies.
The firm provides systematic asset trading management services to help clients achieve financial goals.
The firm is said to leverage Quantum Grid Strategy, which seeks to make profits on small price changes over the range in order to maximise return for investors.
MCM holds Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) licences.
An MCM spokesperson commented: “Using the CTA system-based fund structure combined with the features of grid trading, our technical team developed, analysed, and created the 2.0 quantitative grid funds, achieving the world’s first, stable created returns.”
MCM is regulated by National Future Association (NFA) in the US.
Last month, Hong Kong-based fund manager One Heritage Group established a new subsidiary in Singapore as part of its strategy to ramp up its wealth management footprint across South East Asia.
The same month, Australian crypto-asset investment firm Apollo Capital partnered with fund manager Pilgrim Partners Asia to expand into Singapore.
In September, Nordea Asset Management established a new ESG hub in Singapore to tap the rising demand for sustainable investment in the Asia-Pacific region.