Invesco is an independent global investment manager; it provides a variety of investment alternatives to high-net-worth and retail investors, as well as to institutions worldwide. Headquartered in Atlanta and incorporated in Bermuda, it offers investors equity, fixed-income and alternative investment funds. IVZ shares are a component of the S&P 500. The company's operations date back to England and Wales in 1935, and the original Invesco was founded in the United States in 1978. After a series of smaller mergers in the 1980s, the company merged with AIM in 1997 to form AMVESCAP, and was then rebranded as Invesco in 2007. In May 2019, Invesco acquired the Oppenheimer Funds asset management affiliate of MassMutual.
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