GAMCO Board Increases Quarterly Dividend By 20% To $0.06 Per Share

GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE: GBL) announced today that its Board of Directors increased its quarterly dividend by 20% to $0.06 per share to all of its Class A and Class B shareholders, payable on September 24, 2013 to its Class A and Class B shareholders of record on September 10, 2013.

GAMCO Investors, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manages private advisory accounts (GAMCO Asset Management Inc.), mutual funds and closed-end funds (Gabelli Funds, LLC), and partnerships and offshore funds (Gabelli Securities, Inc.). As of June 30, 2013, GAMCO had $40.5 billion in assets under management.

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