2018's Most Trusted Financial Brokerage Firm Award

2018's Most Trusted Futures Brokerage Firm AwardOn November 27th, 2018 RJO Futures (the private client division of RJ O’Brien) was recognized as “2018’s Most Trusted Financial Brokerage Firm” by Wealth & Finance International magazine. This is the first award of its kind for RJO Futures, but we certainly don’t plan on it being our last.

In a recent press release, RJO Futures Executive Director, Donna Heidkamp, was elated, albeit not surprised, by the firm’s recognition saying, “We are incredibly honored to win this award, particularly as we work hard every day to earn our clients’ trust by providing a high level of personable customer service and communication.”

At the forefront of RJO Futures’ success and customer service is their group of experienced and proven futures brokers, whose unique blend of personability and professionalism have led to the firm’s success. The brokers are the face of RJO Futures and they make the firm proud.

Determining the Most Trusted Brokerage Firm

To come to a conclusion on who should win their award, Wealth & Finance went through an “exhaustive and rigorous research and judging process” before they crowned RJO Futures as the best.

Edward Faulkner, Wealth & Finance Awards Coordinator said; “To create this unique program we have examined firms of all shapes and sizes, looking for the ways in which they excel in their business fields. We considered innovation, talent management, creativity and customer satisfaction”

The RJO Futures Difference

In addition to its proven and experienced brokers, RJO Futures boasts a range of trading services from self-directed and full service, all the way to its newest service, RJO Echo Trading. Along with these services, RJO Futures gives clients access to its 24-hour trade desk, numerous resources regarding futures education, market insight, options to customize their account, and countless other top of the line services and infrastructure.

RJO Futures plans to continue their success and be a major force in the private financial services sector. If you're curious if futures trading is right for your financial portfolio or you've been trading for years, the RJO Futures team welcomes you to take a look around our site. You may contact RJOF here for a one-on-one discussion with an RJO Futures Market Strategist.

 

From left to right: Jim Gombas, Director, Sales; Donna Heidkamp, Executive Director; Steve Lown, Director, Marketing Operations; Tony Pickett, Manager, Sales & Operations

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