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GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE:GBL) announced the addition of Jeff Jonas,
CFA to the investment team of the Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust (the
“Fund”). Jeff joins Mario J. Gabelli, Barbara G. Marcin, Robert D.
Leininger, Kevin V. Dreyer, and Christopher J. Marangi, as (y)our Fund
continues to expand its investment team.
Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Gabelli said, “We are delighted to
have Jeff join the Dividend & Income Trust team. Jeff has an excellent
foundation in Gabelli research that will make him a valuable addition to
help our team find investments that meet the objectives of (y)our Fund.”
Mr. Jonas started his career with Gabelli & Company, Inc. in July 2003
as a research analyst covering the health & wellness sector, focusing on
cardiovascular, plastic surgery, and pharmacy benefits management
companies. In 2007, Mr. Jonas was named a Portfolio Manager of the
Gabelli Healthcare & WellnessRx Trust. Mr. Jonas
graduated as a Gabelli Presidential Scholar from the Carroll School of
Management at Boston College with a B.S. in finance and management
The Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust (NYSE:GDV) is a non-diversified,
closed-end management investment company with $2.0 billion in total net
assets. The Fund’s primary investment objective is to provide a high
level of total return with an emphasis on dividends and income.
GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE:GBL), through its subsidiaries, manages
assets of private advisory accounts, mutual funds and closed-end funds,
and investment partnerships and offshore funds and is well known for its
Private Market Value with a Catalyst™ style of investment. As of
December 31, 2011, GAMCO Investors, Inc. had $34.1 billion in assets
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