GREENWICH, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GAMCO Investors, Inc. (“GAMCO”) (NYSE: GBL) announced today that it expects to report first quarter 2021 diluted earnings in the range of $0.55 to $0.59 per share versus $0.42 per share for the first quarter of 2020.
Assets under management were $33.4 billion at March 31, 2021 as compared to $27.5 billion at March 31, 2020.
GAMCO will be issuing further details on its financial results in early May.
About GAMCO Investors, Inc.
GAMCO is known for its research-driven approach to equity investing. GAMCO conducts its investment advisory business principally through two subsidiaries: GAMCO Asset Management Inc. (approximately 1,500 institutional and private wealth separate accounts, principally in the U.S.) and Gabelli Funds, LLC (24 open-end funds, 16 closed-end funds, 2 ETFs, and a SICAV). GAMCO serves a broad client base including institutions, intermediaries, offshore investors, private wealth, and direct retail investors.
GAMCO offers a wide range of solutions for clients across Value and Growth Equity, ESG, Convertibles, sector-focused strategies including Gold and Utilities, Merger Arbitrage, and Fixed Income. In 1977, GAMCO launched its flagship All Cap Value strategy, Gabelli Value, and in 1986 launched its mutual fund business.
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