We provide individual and institutional investors with access to both private and publicly traded investment opportunities.

Our income-oriented exchange-traded fund is also publicly traded, thereby seeking to provide investors with additional liquidity options while also providing an opportunity to generate both meaningful current income and long-term capital appreciation.

Our exchange traded fund provides investors with exposure to liquid alternatives with a focus on listed private equity, private credit, and commercial real estate finance.

We bring our private markets investment and portfolio management experience to the public markets.

WHITEWOLF Publicly Listed Private Equity ETF


WHITEWOLF Publicly Listed Private Equity ETF (the “Fund” or “LBO”) seeks long-term capital appreciation and current income.

LBO is an actively managed income Exchange Traded Fund that provides investors with exposure to certain components of the leveraged buyout ecosystem. This ETF invests in publicly listed private equity buyout firms & publicly-listed sponsors, Business Development Companies (BDCs), leverage providers, and related asset managers. LBO seeks to provide investors with an opportunity for capital appreciation over the long term as well as meaningful current income. For further information about this fund please click here.

Our security selection process uses qualitative and quantitative factors and manager discretion.

Qualitative Criteria

Our selection process starts by only considering publicly traded securities that fit the description and objectives of LBO. That is, publicly listed private equity buyout firms & sponsors, BDCs, leverage providers, and related asset managers.

Quantitative Criteria

Our quantitative factors focus on the following main areas:

  • Liquidity
  • Income
  • Volatility
  • Value

Our goal is to construct portfolios that seek to maximize liquidity and provide attractive current income opportunities. Additional factors considered are value and volatility.1

1 An optimal mix of our quantitative factors may be very difficult to achieve given that these factors often conflict with each other (i.e., there usually is a trade-off between one or more of the above factors). For example, a stock with a high-income dividend yield can have less potential capital gain upside due to paying out most of the earnings as dividends instead of reinvesting earnings for growth.


Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. For a Prospectus or SAI with this and other information about the Fund, please call +1-305-605-8888 or visit our website at https://lbo.fund/. Read the prospectus or summary prospectus carefully before investing.

Investments involve risk. Principal loss is possible. Redemptions are limited and often commissions are charged on each trade. Unlike mutual funds, ETFs may trade at a premium or discount to their net asset value.

Investment Risk. When you sell your Shares of the Fund, they could be worth less than what you paid for them. The Fund could lose money due to short-term market movements and over longer periods during market downturns. Securities may decline in value due to factors affecting securities markets generally or particular asset classes or industries represented in the markets.

Listed Private Equity Companies Risk. There are certain risks inherent in investing in listed private equity companies, which encompass financial institutions or vehicles whose principal business is to invest in and lend capital to or provide services to privately held companies. Generally, little public information exists for private and thinly traded companies, and there is a risk that investors may not be able to make a fully informed investment decision. The Fund is also subject to the underlying risks which affect the listed private equity companies in which the financial institutions or vehicles held by the Fund invest. Listed private equity companies are subject to various risks depending on their underlying investments, which include additional liquidity risk, industry risk, foreign security risk, currency risk, valuation risk and credit risk.

Business Development Company (BDC) Risk. BDCs generally invest in less mature U.S. private companies or thinly traded U.S. public companies which involve greater risk than well-established publicly traded companies. While the BDCs in which the Fund invests are expected to generate income in the form of dividends, certain BDCs during certain periods of time may not generate such income. The Fund will indirectly bear its proportionate share of any management fees and other operating expenses incurred by the BDCs and of any performance-based or incentive fees payable by the BDCs in which it invests, in addition to the expenses paid by the Fund.

Master Limited Partnership Risk. An MLP is an entity that is classified as a partnership under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and whose partnership interests or “units” are traded on securities exchanges like shares of corporate stock. Investments in MLP units are subject to certain risks inherent in a partnership structure, including (i) tax risks, (ii) the limited ability to elect or remove management or the general partner or managing member, (iii) limited voting rights and (iv) conflicts of interest between the general partner or managing member and its affiliates and the limited partners or members.

New Fund Risk. The Fund is a recently organized management investment company with no operating history. As a result, prospective investors have no track record or history on which to base their investment decision. There can be no assurance that the Fund will grow to or maintain an economically viable size.

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