Joseph T. Rallo has been the Chief Executive Officer of EF Hutton since he co-founded the firm in May of 2020.
Prior to co-founding EF Hutton, Joseph held several leadership positions in the Investment Banking and Securities industry with over 15 years of experience in public and private transactions including IPOs, Secondaries/Follow-on Offerings, Registered Directs, SPACs, PIPEs, Privates, Fixed Income and Fairness Opinions. Most recently, Joseph was Co-Head of Investment Banking/Managing Director at Aegis Capital. Prior to that, he was a Vice President in the Financial Institutions & Real Estate Investment Banking Group at JMP Securities before becoming a Director in the Investment Banking Group at Maxim Group. Throughout his career, Joseph has closed more than 500 transactions for over $60 billion in gross proceeds.
Joseph proudly serves on the executive board of directors for The Rousseau Foundation, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to empowering youth in communities with the greatest need to reach their full potential
and pursue higher education, and he serves on the advisory board for Keep A Child Alive, a nonprofit
organization that provides healthcare, housing, and other support services to HIV/AIDS-affected communities in
Africa and India. Additionally, Joseph serves on the board for Lifeline Humanitarian Organization, which was
founded by Princess Katherine to reduce and relieve the suffering of physically and mentally disabled children,
orphans, the elderly as well as to improve medical facilities in Serbia, and he serves on the board of Lang Lang
International Music Foundation, which was founded to give all children access to a music education, regardless
of their background. He also proactively addresses the needs of children and veterans through his corporate
partnerships with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Heroes Among Us.
Joseph holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.