The RBB FUND - A PLUG AND PLAY SOLUTION

The plug and play solution permits the advisor to focus on its core competency of asset management and shifts responsibility for the establishment, servicing, and corporate governance to RBB, a registered open-end series fund registered as a Maryland Corporation.

ADVANTAGES OF THE RBB FUND FAMILY

Enjoy the following benefits when creating your fund within RBB:

Quick start-up. Funds are usually effective within 75 days of filing with the SEC.

Experienced professionals. Board of Directors, fund management, chief compliance officer, fund counsel, independent auditors, and professional back-office support with extensive experience servicing mutual funds.

Already-approved and filed organizational documents. Articles of Incorporation, bylaws, code of ethics and certain service agreements.

Common expenses. Certain expenses are defrayed being borne by each Fund on a pro-rata or other applicable basis, which may help you reach a profitable breakeven point more quickly, reducing fee waivers and expense reimbursements.

The RBB Fund, Inc. Overview

  • Established February 29, 1988
  • Largest Single Series Trust in Assets
  • Over $24 Billion in Assets
  • Over 30 Funds/ETFs
  • 10 Advisors
  • Strategies include Traditional Active Managers, Long/Short Equity, Managed Futures and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
  • Experienced Fund Management with over 30 Years of Experience
  • Independent, Highly Knowledgable and Experienced Board of Directors
  • Fund Counsel - Drinker Biddle & Reath
  • Auditors - EY, PWC, Tait Weller
  • Service Providers - US Bank / BNY Mellon

 

RBB Independent Board and Fund Management

Standing Left to Right: Julian A. Brodsky; Sam Lambroza; Robert Straniere; J. Richard Carnall; Gregory P. Chandler; Nicholas A. Giordano
Sitting Left to Right: Robert Sablowsky; James G. Shaw; Salvatore Faia; Arnold M. Reichman; Michael P. Malloy

Management Team

Left to Right: James G. Shaw; Salvatore Faia; Michael P. Malloy

Executive Team

Left to Right: Salvatore Faia; Arnold M. Reichman; James G. Shaw