RYE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Marc Gabelli, portfolio manager of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) listed closed-end fund, The Gabelli Value Plus+ Trust (GVP), will deliver the opening address at the LSEG’s Listed Funds Investment Conference on July 21 in New York.
Mr. Gabelli, following the recent successful offering of GVP, will address a number of factors affecting the Investment Fund marketplace. Commenting on the opportunity, he said, “The U.K. market is highly sophisticated. We wish to underscore the opportunity to grow wealth for the U.K. investor via the strengths of an investment trust vehicle. The investment trust industry can trace its foundations to the U.K., and the LSE remains a “best in class” choice for the closed-end structure globally.”
Gabelli Funds currently manages eleven closed-end funds in the U.S. The firm has been an innovator in the field of closed-end funds, dating back to the initial public offering of the Gabelli Equity Trust in August 1986 and currently is in the process of underwriting the “best efforts” offering of The Gabelli Go-Anywhere Trust.
GAMCO Investors, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manages private advisory accounts (GAMCO Asset Management Inc.), mutual funds and closed-end funds (Gabelli Funds, LLC), and partnerships and offshore funds (Gabelli Securities, Inc.). Gabelli has had operations in central London for more than fifteen years, primarily as a research office assisting the New York headquarters in global investment idea generation. As of March 31, 2015, GAMCO had $46.5 billion in assets under management.
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