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Investment management company: Gamco invests GAMCO Investors (GBL)

Gamco Investors GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE:GBL) was founded in 1976 and listed on the New York Stock Exchange in February 1999. It was formerly known as Gabelli Asset Management Company, headquartered in Rye, New York, USA, in Greenwich, Connecticut and Illinois. Bannockburn has offices in Tokyo, Japan. It is a subsidiary of GGCP, Inc., with 159 full-time employees. It is an investment management company whose clients include mutual funds, closed-end funds, and overseas funds.

GAMCO Investors

Gamco invests in GAMCO Investors (GBL):

GAMCO Investors, Inc., formerly known as Gabelli Asset Management, is a provider of investment advice and brokerage services for mutual funds, institutional investors and select investors in Rye, New York. It was founded and majority-owned by Mario Gabelli, and Mario Gabelli has earned more than $750 million from the company.

GAMCO Investors provides its clients with wealth management, investment consulting, institutional research, brokerage, dealership, underwriting and distribution services.

GAMCO Investors serves individual investors, including high net worth individuals, corporate pension and profit sharing plans, foundations, endowments, joint trust plans, municipalities and investment companies.

GAMCO Investments manages customer-centric equity, fixed income and balanced investment portfolios through its subsidiaries. It also launches equity, fixed income and balanced mutual funds, and manages equity mutual funds for its clients. Through its subsidiaries, the company invests in global public equity and fixed income markets. It is also worth investing in the stocks of valuable companies.

GAMCO Investments uses fundamental analysis, focusing on a bottom-up stock selection method to create its investment portfolio. The company also conducts internal research to make investments.

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