Marc Gabelli

Vice Chairman and President


Gabelli Group

Mr. Gabelli with over three decades worth of experience in Micro Caps as an Investor, Builder, and Owner Operator.

A fund micro-cap manager since 1990, Mr. Gabelli's focus is global value investments with portfolio assignments including alternative and traditional asset classes. Starting in the 1990's, Mr. Gabelli managed several Morningstar five-star mutual funds in the United States and Canada including managing the Lipper #1 ranked U.S. global equity mutual fund.

As an owner operator, Mr. Gabelli is Vice Chairman and President of the Gabelli Group (GGCP, Inc.), the parent company of the Gabelli organization. Among GGCP's controlled listed Micro-cap Companies include four listed Investment Managers Teton Advisors, Inc (OTCQX:TETAA) , GAMCO Investors, Inc. GAMI (OTCMKTS), Associated Capital Group, Inc. (AC:NYSE) and the Gabelli Merger Plus Trust PLC (GMP: LSE) ; two listed manufacturing Companies LGL Group (LGL: NYSE MKT) and Mtron Industries (MPTI); A telecom services businesses of LICT Corporation (OTC:LICT); and in capital formation, he has led several SPAC initiatives in the US and Europe.

As a builder, Mr. Gabelli is active with many aspects of corporate restructurings and capital formation for mico-caps in the listed markets in the US and Europe, including initial public offerings, reg A offerings, private placements, spin-offs, rights issues and warrant dividends, mergers and acquisitions, and sales, among other aspects of planning and analysis. He built the Gabelli hedge fund platform, Gabelli & Partners, LLC, and expanded the business internationally, opening the GAMCO's London and Tokyo offices. In venture capital, Mr. Gabelli has been active in both early stage and growth investments as a fiduciary and as a General Partner, including with OpNet Partners in 2001, a Gabelli venture capital fund focused on optical networking technologies. Today, he manages primarily alternative investments.

Mr. Gabelli began his career with Lehman Brothers International in equity research covering international telecommunications and metals mining and metallurgy companies, and later in equity arbitrage including cross asset special situations. He is a graduate of Boston College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University with research conducted through the Davis Center focusing on Russian agricultural trade policy. He is a graduate of the Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx, New York. He is active in a variety of charitable efforts in the United States, Latin America, Europe and the United Kingdom.


    4:00 PM - 4:35 PM

    Wednesday General Session 1/31/2024

    Pros & Cons of Microcaps vs. Larger NYSE & NASDAQ Companies

    • Microcaps far more often undervalued compared to their bigger brothers on large exchanges
    • Potential for greater returns with microcaps and small caps
    • Many microcaps represent ground-floor investment opportunities
    • Cons: stock volatility, low liquidity, typically much greater risk
    • Minimal public information about some microcap companies makes analysis difficult
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