NEW YORK CITY—Angelo, Gordon & Co. co-founder John Angelo has died. The 74-year-old executive—who for 27 years jointly led the firm with co-founder Michael Gordon—died on Jan. 1 following a long battle with cancer, according to Bloomberg News.

Prior to founding Angelo, Gordon, the firm’s website states, John Angelo was associated with L.F. Rothschild for 18 years. At that firm, he managed proprietary capital in world markets, with particular emphasis on convertible securities, options, futures and distressed securities.

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