Archer Financial Services Launches Managed Futures Division

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Archer Financial Services, Inc., ("AFS"), a wholly owned subsidiary of ADM Investor Services, Inc., ("ADMIS"), today announced the formation of Balarie Capital Management ("BCM"), a division of AFS created with the specific purpose of helping Institutional and High Net Worth investors achieve diversification by providing them with products and services that are typically non-correlated with their traditional investment portfolios. AFS also announced the appointment of Emanuel Balarie as managing director of the division.

Mr. Balarie brings on board industry expertise in both the commodities and managed futures arena

Archer Financial Services, Inc., ("AFS"), a wholly owned subsidiary of ADM Investor Services, Inc., ("ADMIS"), today announced the formation of Balarie Capital Management ("BCM"), a division of AFS created with the specific purpose of helping Institutional and High Net Worth investors achieve diversification by providing them with products and services that are typically non-correlated with their traditional investment portfolios. AFS also announced the appointment of Emanuel Balarie as managing director of the division.

"Mr. Balarie brings on board industry expertise in both the commodities and managed futures arena" said Kurt Johnson, President of AFS. "The combination of his experience, BCM's consultative approach to managed futures investments, access to hundreds of Commodity Trading Advisors all over the globe, and the financial integrity and operational structure of ADMIS will allow us to provide investors with a wide array of products and services."

Emanuel Balarie added, "While the asset flow in the managed futures sector has increased significantly over the last several years, we still feel that there is a need for a firm that is able to provide a consultative approach to managed futures portfolios. The goal is not to recommend cookie-cutter type portfolios for every investor, but to look at the investor's individual profile and portfolio to determine the specific allocation that is most appropriate for the investor. This approach is especially attractive to institutions and investors that have to meet specific portfolio requirements."

BCM works with high-net worth investors, family offices, pensions, and endowment funds who are interested in adding managed futures to their investment portfolios. In addition, Balarie, through its affiliation with ADMIS, offers clearing and execution services for Commodity Trading Advisors, Fund of Funds, and professional traders. To find out more about all the products and services that BCM offers please visit: http://www.balariecapital.com

About Archer Financial Services, Inc., ("AFS"):
AFS is an Introducing Broker, wholly owned by ADM Investor Services, Inc.. AFS is a relationship-driven brokerage firm dedicated to providing a quality brokerage environment to our brokers and customers alike. Through the affiliation with our parent, we are mutually committed to offering the best executing and clearing services available in our industry.

About ADM Investor Services, Inc., ("ADMIS"):
ADMIS has been a leader in the futures brokerage industry for more than 40 years. Its branches and affiliates are located around the globe, and provide clients unparalleled brokerage services around the clock. ADMIS offers comprehensive futures trade execution and clearing services to retail, commercial, institutional and Introducing Broker clients in an environment of strong ethics and financial stability. ADMIS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company.

About Balarie Capital Management ("BCM"):
BCM specializes in assisting institutional and high-net worth investors who are interested in investing in managed futures. Our consultative approach, independent research and analysis, and access to over 400 Commodity Trading Advisors, allows us to create custom managed futures portfolios that are designed to meet your specific investment needs.

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