We are pleased to introduce RMB Funds, formerly the Burnham Family of Funds. A new name, a new adviser, the same commitment to seeking excellent long-term investment results.
The investment objectives of the funds and the fees paid by shareholders will remain unchanged. Our Financial Funds continue to be managed by Anton Schutz, as they have been since their inceptions. The RMB Fund is now managed by Todd Griesbach, CFA.


On June 24, 2019, the former IronBridge Funds were reorganized into RMB Investors Trust. RMB Capital had served as the investment adviser for the IronBridge Funds since lifting out the team from IronBridge Capital Management, LLC in 2017.

While the three former IronBridge Funds have new names and tickers, the investment objectives, strategies, portfolio managers, and expenses of the funds remain unchanged with the exception of the IronBridge Large Cap Fund/RMB Dividend Growth Fund which had an investment objective of “capital appreciation” and added a secondary objective of “current income” along with corresponding changes to reflect the fund’s dividend growth investment strategy.

The addition of these funds underscores RMB’s commitment to active, concentrated, equity asset management. The economic return on investment framework and the life cycle approach pioneered at IronBridge are now welcomed into the RMB Funds family.

For more information, please read the full Press Release.


Founded in 2005, RMB Capital is an independent, employee-owned firm that offers advisory services and investment solutions for a diverse range of clients. RMB manages approximately $9.2 billion in AUM¹ for individuals and families, family offices, and institutional investors.

Our asset management unit offers equity, fixed income, and alternative investment strategies run by highly experienced portfolio managers. Underpinning all that we do is a deep commitment to fundamental research, concentration within portfolios, and risk management.

1 Total assets under management (“AUM”) presented here differs from regulatory assets under management (“RAUM”) reported on RMB Capital’s Form ADV. AUM reflects net assets under management for private funds and mutual funds managed by RMB Capital, while RAUM reflects gross assets under management. AUM also includes RMB West’s assets under advisement, which are not included in RMB Capital’s RAUM. AUM estimated as of 9/30/19.

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