Robb Rill is the founder of The Strategic Group PR, headquartered in Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico, which is a proprietary equity firm that specializes in investing in private companies, with an emphasis in subprime finance and technology, and taking majority or wholly owned equity positions in them. He has also has run a proprietary fund Strategic Capital Advisors, with an emphasis on short selling securities and identifying microcap fraud in the market. Mr. Rill has used his experience and expertise to uncover mispricing and fraud and expose them through the media to the SEC. His fund achieved unparalleled returns in excess of 60% per annum on a non-compounded basis from 1998 to 2005 before short selling restrictions hampered his main strategy. His securities’ analysis work in the public markets has in part been responsible for exposing several fraudulent companies operating in the microcap market that resulted in them being delisted or ceasing operations. He is also Managing Director of the Strategic Funds, which is an alternative asset manager with over $100MM AUM through its subsidiary asset management arm that invests in a broad range of strategies that are an alternative to conventional equity products. As one of the pioneer recipients of new tax incentive laws in Puerto Rico intended to incentivize asset managers to relocate to Puerto Rico in exchange for a 4% tax rate, he was one of the first ten recipients to move to the island in the beginning of 2013. Thus, he became the founder of The 20/22 Act Society, an organization with several hundred members, which has become the epicenter for tax grant recipients which are primarily but not exclusively hedge funds and private equity firms seeking to take advantage of these new programs. He and his team helps to advise members on how to structure and protect their entities. Mr. Rill’s work has been profiled in several prominent publications including, but not limited to, Bloomberg, Business Week, and Reuters. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Finance from the University of Florida and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Finance and Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Florida. On a personal level Mr. Rill is the founder, along with his wife Tara, of The 20/22 Act Foundation, which is the main charitable vehicle for recipients of tax incentives on the island. The Foundation has led the charge in not just financially supporting numerous charitable initiatives locally, but leading landmark legislation to effect change for the estimated 300,000 abandoned and stray dogs on the island. He is also on the board of directors and is the local chapter head for World Computer Exchange, an international organization with over 600 partners worldwide which sends refurbished computers with educational content to children mostly in Third World countries in order to bridge the digital divide. His efforts, using his financial and corporate expertise, have been instrumental in leveraging technologies and implementing fund raising efforts which now account for up to a quarter of their budget.