Cowen Revenue 2006-2021 | COWN

Cowen revenue from 2006 to 2021. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Cowen Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2020 $1,623
2019 $1,049
2018 $967
2017 $659
2016 $472
2015 $465
2014 $428
2013 $329
2012 $242
2011 $235
2010 $234
2009 $124
2008 $128
2007 $188
2006 $345
2005 $294
Cowen Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2021-03-31 $754
2020-12-31 $620
2020-09-30 $388
2020-06-30 $419
2020-03-31 $197
2019-12-31 $281
2019-09-30 $252
2019-06-30 $292
2019-03-31 $224
2018-12-31 $260
2018-09-30 $221
2018-06-30 $235
2018-03-31 $251
2017-12-31 $204
2017-09-30 $179
2017-06-30 $161
2017-03-31 $115
2016-12-31 $122
2016-09-30 $131
2016-06-30 $117
2016-03-31 $101
2015-12-31 $111
2015-09-30 $113
2015-06-30 $120
2015-03-31 $121
2014-12-31 $121
2014-09-30 $107
2014-06-30 $93
2014-03-31 $107
2013-12-31 $98
2013-09-30 $82
2013-06-30 $81
2013-03-31 $67
2012-12-31 $67
2012-09-30 $58
2012-06-30 $59
2012-03-31 $57
2011-12-31 $50
2011-09-30 $62
2011-06-30 $59
2011-03-31 $64
2010-12-31 $70
2010-09-30 $52
2010-06-30 $55
2010-03-31 $56
2009-12-31 $70
2009-09-30 $16
2009-06-30 $17
2009-03-31 $21
2008-12-31 $42
2008-09-30 $58
2008-06-30 $63
2008-03-31 $55
2007-12-31 $59
2007-09-30 $58
2007-06-30 $71
2007-03-31 $74
2006-12-31 $97
2006-09-30 $60
2006-06-30 $84
2006-03-31 $104
2005-09-30 $78
2005-06-30 $53
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Finance - Investment Banks $1.027B $1.436B
COWEN GROUP, INC., through its operating subsidiaries, provides investment banking, equity research, sales and trading, asset management and alternative asset management services to companies and institutional investor clients in the healthcare, technology, telecommunications, aerospace and defense, consumer and alternative energy sectors. Cowen's asset management business includes teams based in the U.S. and the U.K. Cowen's U.S. team focuses on a growth-oriented investment style centered on small and mid-sized companies based primarily in North America. Cowen's U.K. team provides traditional asset management products, focusing on a global equity strategy. Cowen's alternative asset management business consists of Cowen Healthcare Royalty Partners, which invests principally in commercial-stage biopharmaceutical products and companies, and Cowen Capital Partners, which manages a portfolio of middle market private equity investments for third party investors.
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