Eaton Vance Corp’s revenue increased nearly $57 million in fiscal year 2001, up 13% from 2000, the firm reported today. At the same time, operating expenses increased by more than $48 million, or 20%, due to increased fund marketing costs, higher mutual fund service fee expenses and higher compensation costs.

Eaton Vance’s revenue for the third quarter 2001 was up 7% from 2000, excluding revenue generated by the firm’s recent acquisitions, Atlanta Capital Management and Fox Asset Management. Including that data, third quarter revenue increase by more than 10%.

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