Dec. 24, 2013
RCS Capital Corporation
("RCAP") (NYSE: RCAP) announced today that on
December 23, 2013
, RCAP's board of directors authorized and the Company declared a cash dividend for the fourth quarter of 2013, to be paid on
January 10, 2014
, to Class A common stockholders of record at the close of business on
December 31, 2013
in an amount equal to
This cash dividend is consistent with the cash dividend declared and paid with respect to the third quarter of 2013 and equates to an annualized dividend rate of 3.6% based on RCAP's initial public offering price of
per share of Class A common stock.
RCAP is a publicly traded
holding company listed on the New York Stock Exchange formed to operate and grow businesses focused on the retail direct investment industry. RCAP holds a direct minority economic interest in Realty Capital Securities, LLC, a FINRA-registered wholesale broker-dealer and an investment banking and capital markets business, American National Stock Transfer, LLC, a SEC-registered transfer agent, and RCS Advisory Services, LLC, a transaction management services business. Additional information about RCAP can be found on its website at
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