CHADDS FORD, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The RBB Fund, Inc. (“RBB” or the “Trust”), a registered open-end investment company organized as a series trust and currently overseeing approximately $20 billion in assets, is pleased to announce that Craig Urciuoli, CFA has joined RBB as a Director of Marketing and Business Development. In this newly created role, Mr. Urciuoli will be responsible for introducing the Trust to investment managers looking to:
- Reduce the potentially higher costs incurred in an existing stand-alone trust
- Launch new ETFs or mutual funds
Mr. Urciuoli joins RBB with more than two decades of industry experience, primarily focused on marketing, client service, analytics and distribution. Prior to joining RBB, Mr. Urciuoli spent 19 years with Third Avenue Management where he most recently served as Managing Director. Previously, he was a marketing analyst at Warburg Pincus Asset Management. Mr. Urciuoli earned an MBA from Baruch College and a BBA from Hofstra University. He is also a CFA® Charterholder.
“We are very excited to have Craig join our team. With his deep, hands-on experience in the asset management industry, Craig understands first-hand the significant challenges facing money managers today” said Arnold M. Reichman, Chairman of the RBB Board. “He provides a unique, practical perspective to RBB and will immediately benefit our Trust and, more importantly, all our advisor clients.”
Mr. Urciuoli commented, “I am very excited to be joining RBB. As the oldest, and largest multiple series Trust, which is completely independent of any service provider or bank, RBB is uniquely positioned within the marketplace. I expect to build many new strong working relationships with our valued clients, as well as with many other industry practitioners like myself who will benefit from our enhanced service offering”.
About The RBB Fund, Inc.
Founded in 1988, The RBB Fund, Inc is a registered open-end investment company organized as a series trust under Maryland law. RBB is a turnkey solution which permits the advisor to focus on its core competency of asset management and shifts responsibility for the establishment, servicing, and corporate governance of funds to RBB. Today, RBB oversees approximately $20 billion in assets, supporting 10 unaffiliated advisors, over 15 unaffiliated sub-advisors, and over 30 mutual fund or ETF offerings. For more information, please go to www.rbbfund.com.