|Overall Morningstar Rating as of 6/30/2022|
|Small Company Fund||Out of 576||Small Blend Funds|
|Small/Mid Cap Fund||Unassigned||Mid Blend Funds|
|Balanced Fund||Out of 709||Allocation - 50% to 70% Equity Funds|
|Income Fund||Out of 396||Intermediate Core Bond Funds|
|Nebraska Tax-Free Fund||Out of 152||Muni Single State Interm Funds|
|Short-Intermediate Bond Fund||Out of 547||Short-Term Bond Funds|
In our twenty year history, the Tributary Funds have grown and adapted to keep pace with the changing needs of our shareholders. We offer a range of mutual funds including domestic equity, fixed income and balanced to individuals and institutions.
We are deeply appreciative of the trust our clients place in the Tributary Funds and don't take this tremendous responsibility lightly. The Funds are advised by Tributary Capital Management, a firm deep in talent and tenure, with the investment team having an average of nearly twenty years of investment experience. The President has spent the last 17 years working with the Firm and its predecessor. He has over 20 years of industry experience, which provides the consistent and steady guidance necessary to stay true to our philosophy, even in times of market disruption.
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