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Today I had the opportunity to interview Lew Piantedosi, Vice President and Director of Growth Equity at the investment management firm Eaton Vance (EV).
Eaton Vance is an investment management firm founded in 1924 that, as of the end of the 2017 calendar year, has over $432 billion in assets under management. It provides a variety of investment product and advisory services to individuals, finance professionals, and institutions.
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Eaton Vance was founded in 1924 and went public in 1978. Through its various affiliates and subsidiaries, such as Eaton Vance Management, Parametric, Atlanta Capital, Hexavest, and Calvert, it offers a variety of investment management and advisory services to individuals, finance professionals, and institutional clients.
Eaton Vance has a wide selection of mutual funds, closed-end funds, separately managed accounts, and other services. It is diversified in equity, fixed income, and more, and utilizes both quantitative science and qualitative analysis. The voting stock is held in a voting trust. The public common stock is non-voting.
This interview was originally published as a non-exclusive interview as part of Tech Investment Insights on Seeking Alpha.