Fremont Mutual Funds, a San Francisco-based fund group with $2.1 billion under management, has set its sights on marketing its funds to the burgeoning intermediary channel of high-end registered investment advisers. And it plans to shortly begin offering an investment arrangement called a Limited Liability Company or LLC. The LLC will provide another tool for wealth managers to use with clients who want exclusive access to professional money managers.

While Fremont offers its 13 no-load funds through several fund channels, including both the retail and institutional fund supermarkets of Charles Schwab, its origins as a pension manager makes it best positioned for the quasi-institutional side of the business.

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