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President & Chief Executive Officer
Perry Jonkheer is a widely recognized managed futures expert with over 40 years of experience in the alternative investment industry. He founded Institutional Advisory Services Group (IASG) in 1992 and currently serves as CEO and President. Perry has managed or been an active participant in over $2.5 billion in alternative investment assets throughout his career to date.
Perry began his career as a futures trader in 1972 at Lamson Brothers—the oldest futures broker in the world at that time—eventually becoming their top broker. He went on to spend 12 years as a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, trading futures contracts across all major U.S. exchanges as head of International Futures on the floor. Perry also served as the sole managed futures consultant on a $700 million alternative investment fund for Credit Suisse, where he played a key role in fund construction, manager selection, due diligence, risk management, and brokerage introduction.
Perry is licensed with the National Futures Association (NFA). He holds a B.S. in finance from Eastern Illinois University.
Executive Vice President
As Executive Vice President, JonPaul Jonkheer oversees all of IASG’s daily operations and strategic initiatives. He is also responsible for business development and fostering connections with other managed futures industry professionals. In March of 2015, JonPaul co-founded IASG Alternatives LLC, a boutique broker dealer offering hedge funds and managed futures funds to qualified investors.
JonPaul’s insights into the managed futures industry have been featured in leading financial publications and online outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Michael Covel, and CTA Intelligence. Prior to joining IASG, he spent 12 years as a sales and marketing executive.
JonPaul holds a B.A. in marketing from Loras College. He is licensed and registered as both a Series 3 commodity broker and Series 30 Branch Manager. JonPaul also has his Series 7, 24 and 63 securities licenses.
Bob Dubuque brings over 20 years of experience as a commodities and futures professional to IASG. In his role as Vice President, he works with institutions, family offices, and high-net-worth investors to create and manage diversified CTA portfolios that are non-correlated to equities. He also actively develops and screens new CTA talent.
Prior to joining IASG in 2007, Bob worked as a managed futures consultant. Before that, he was a Principal and Associated Person (AP) at Crown Futures Corporation, where he specialized in broker-assisted trading, risk management techniques, and technical analysis. He also served as a futures broker for the Memphis Trading Group.
Bob has been registered with the National Futures Association (NFA) since 1994 and holds a Series 3 license.
Vice President – NW Branch
Claudia Dubuque has over 15 years of experience in the alternative investment industry. As Vice President and Manager of IASG’s Northwest Branch, she helps institutions, family offices, and high-net-worth clients identify their alternative investment goals and build diversified portfolios. Her specialties include managed futures research, CTA selection, and allocation strategy.
Prior to joining IASG in 2007, Claudia spent nearly a decade in a boutique futures firm, gaining considerable experience and insight into alternative trading strategies, risk mitigation, and portfolio management.
Claudia holds a B.A. in business and economics from Emmanuel College in Boston. She is licensed as a Series 3 commodities broker and Series 30 Branch Manager.
Tyler Resch brings over 8 years of experience in broker-assisted trading and portfolio management services to IASG. As a Vice President, he helps both retail and institutional clients build well-balanced, diversified, and non-correlated portfolios of managed futures. His insights into alternative investments and portfolio management have been featured in numerous financial publications, including The Wall Street Journal, CTA Intelligence, and Commodities Now.
Before joining IASG, Tyler was a Commodity Trader at Lind-Waldock. As part of a team of 4 traders, he was responsible for trading liquid contracts on a discretionary basis using both fundamental and technical analysis. Prior to that, he was an executive at Asset Forum, where he determined international corporations’ current and future asset needs using a live auction system.
Tyler attended Arizona State University studying economics. He is licensed and registered as a Series 3 Commodity Broker, a Series 34 Forex Broker, and a Series 7, Series 63, and Series 24 Securities Licenses.
As IASG Vice President, Greg Taunt helps clients navigate the futures industry and find the best managers for their risk tolerance and portfolio needs. He specializes in maximizing portfolio effectiveness to potentially reduce risk while increasing returns through managed accounts in non-correlated vehicles.
Previously, Greg served as Midwest Regional Wholesaler for Superfund Asset Management, a $2 billion trend-following CTA working with brokers and registered investment advisors. Before that, he worked in the insurance industry, providing risk management solutions to financial institutions in the Midwest.
Greg holds a B.A. in finance from Michigan State University and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He is licensed as a Series 3 Commodity Broker, a Series 34 Forex Broker, and a Series 7, Series 24, and Series 63 Securities Broker.
Managing Director – CTA Services
Bryen Deutsch joined IASG in 2012. He currently serves in the role of Managing Director – CTA Services. This role focuses on the development of emerging and established CTAs.
Previously Bryen was a Commodities Portfolio Manager and Vice President of the Maryland office. In this role, he assists clients with alternative investment portfolio design, oversight, and trade management.
Before IASG, Bryen was an energy trader and head of business development for the Schork Group, where he provided market support for institutions such as BP, Deutsche Bank, and Walmart. Prior to that, he spent over 13 years trading grain and energy futures contracts as an Associated Person (AP) for Lehigh Valley Futures. Bryen is a contributor to Barchart.com, Inside Futures, and other commodities publications. He has also offered his industry insights as a guest speaker at events such as the NYC Traders Expo.
Bryen holds a B.A. in Communications and Marketing from the University of Colorado, and an M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Salisbury University. Bryen is licensed and registered as a Series 3 commodities broker and Series 30 Branch Manager.
Accounting & Compliance Manager
Colette Burke joined the IASG team in January 2013. As Manager of Accounting and Compliance, she is responsible for all regulatory filings and reporting, audits, accounting processes, and broker commissions and fees. She also provides professional support to Commodity Trading Advisors, Futures Commission Merchants, and other clients.
Previously, Colette was an accounting associate at Knight Capital Group, a full-service Futures Commission Merchant that provided execution and clearing services in listed futures and options on all major exchanges. Before that, she was a brokerage execution specialist at Penson Futures and an operations and accounting manager at Chicago Futures Group, a futures and options execution firm for floor traders at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Colette holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Illinois State University. She is a member of Women in Listed Derivatives (WILD), a global organization dedicated to the advancement of women in the derivatives industry.
Brett has 15 years of professional experience in alternative investment management, including roles in sales & trading, securities research, portfolio management, and financial management. Over that time, Brett has led organic growth at a hedge fund and at a registered investment advisor. Previously he held positions at Bank of America, R.J. O’Brien, and Merrill Lynch.
Prior to working in the financial services industry, Brett spent three years in project management and corporate finance in the telecommunications industry. Brett’s writings and commentaries about the financial markets have been featured in the Financial Times and Bloomberg Markets magazine.
In May 2016, he earned the right to use the CAIA designation. He has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Chicago.