Federated Hermes Inc – Class B (NYSE: FHI), a Pittsburgh, Pa., Company gained to close at $ 34.55 on Friday after gaining $ 0.86 (2.55%) on volume of 407,161 shares . The stock ranged from a high of $ 34.70 to a low of $ 33.74, while Federated Hermes’ market cap now stands at $ 3,370,563,842.
About Federated Hermes Inc – Class B
Federated Hermes, Inc. is a leading global investment manager with $ 614.8 billion in assets under management as of September 30, 2020. Guided by its belief that responsible investing is the best way to create long-term wealth, its investment solutions cover equities. , bonds, alternative / private markets, multi-asset management and liquidity strategies. Providing world-class active investment and engagement management services to over 11,000 institutions and intermediaries, our clients include corporations, government entities, insurance companies, foundations and endowments, banks and brokers / traders. Based in Pittsburgh, Federated Hermes has more than 1,900 employees in London, New York, Boston and several other offices around the world.
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