Upcoming Aalberts dividend
Change(%)
+1.80%
Increase
Next payment 1.13€
Next payment date Jun 20, 2024
Last payment 1.11€
Last payment date Jul 3, 2023
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Ex-Dividend: 5/27/24
Confirmed

Aalberts (AALB) announces a dividend of 1,13 euros per share for June 20, 2024, offering a yield of 2.52%.

To receive dividends from Aalberts, acquire the shares before May 24, 2024, which is the last trading day, considering that the Ex-dividend Date is May 27, 2024, when beneficiaries are established.

Aalberts provided its investors with 1.11 euros in dividends on July 3, 2023.

Aalberts N.V., is listed in The Netherlands, Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom, paying dividends continuously and uninterrupted since 2018, reaching a yield of almost 2.70%.

The Annual General Meeting of shareholders decides on the amount and date of payment of the interest to be granted to investors, who make approvals and suitable announcements.

From 2018 to date payments have been made in a single installment, frequently deposited in the month of July, with one exception in 2022 where in addition to the disbursement of the ordinary installment they granted a special crediting that same month.

Payout Ratio Aalberts Dividends

Aalberts paid 3% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Aalberts's earnings (3,324,000,000.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 3% of the total net profit of AALB.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Aalberts

These are the most important events of the Aalberts calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 24, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 27, 2024
Record date May 28, 2024
Date of payment June 20, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Aalberts (AALB).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Aalberts
Over the past 5 years, Aalberts has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Aalberts vs. the sector
Aalberts's dividend yield (2.47%) is below the sector average (3.33%).
Comparison with industry average
Aalberts's dividend yield is between the top 25% (5.25%) and top 75% (1.62%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Aalberts
Over the past 5 years, Aalberts's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Aalberts

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2023
05/29/2023
1.11 €
1.11 €
2022
05/23/2022
0.64 €
0.64 €
2021
05/31/2021
0.6 €
0.6 €
2020
06/29/2020
04/24/2020
0.8 €
0.8 €
1.6 €
2019
04/23/2019
0.75 €
0.75 €
2018
04/20/2018
0.65 €
0.65 €
2017
04/20/2017
0.58 €
0.58 €
2016
04/21/2016
0.52 €
0.52 €
2015
04/23/2015
0.46 €
0.46 €
2014
04/24/2014
0.41 €
0.41 €
2013
04/29/2013
0.35 €
0.35 €
2012
04/30/2012
0.34 €
0.34 €
2011
04/27/2011
0.28 €
0.28 €
2010
04/26/2010
0.13 €
0.13 €
2009
04/22/2009
0.28 €
0.28 €
2008
04/25/2008
0.32 €
0.32 €
2007
04/25/2007
0.275 €
0.275 €
2006
04/27/2006
0.2125 €
0.2125 €
2005
04/25/2005
0.175 €
0.175 €
2004
04/26/2004
0.14 €
0.14 €
2003
04/24/2003
0.125 €
0.125 €
2002
04/24/2002
0.12 €
0.12 €
2000
04/25/2000
0.095 €
0.095 €
Aalberts dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Aalberts shares (AALB) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 24, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 27, 2024
Step 2: Sell Aalberts shares (AALB) when the price recovers.
Date of sale (estimated) N/A
Average price recovery N/A
Average return on cost N/A
The dividend capture strategy is based on historical Aalberts data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Aalberts

Full name Aalberts N.V.
Ticker AALB
Sector Industry
Industry Specialty Industrial Machinery
Market Capitalization 4.95B €
ISIN NL0000852564
Number of Employees 14,055
Description of the company

Aalberts N.V., is a company dedicated to design technologies in terms of hydrometric flow control, optimal integrated piping systems for the distribution of liquids and gases, as well as advanced mechatronics in which they make roadmaps to prepare their customers with the challenges of manufacturing using high technology, they are also dedicated to improving the surface of the materials they use and market.

It was founded in 1975 by Jan Aalberts, making several acquisitions or mergers over time, thereby achieving to expand its market and its activities, among them are: in 2000, Van Roij Engineering, Stork TPP, Tratmar and Thermi, in 2001 they bought Standard Hidráulica SA, Meibes Zeitspar-Armaturen, PBC Dopheide and AHC Group, in 2002 H&ST, Metalis and metatermia, Durotec, Machinefabriek Van Andel, Härterei Hauck Rhein-Main GmbH and Bellota, and in 2003 Hage Fittings & Flanschen GmbH.

Its activities cover varied markets, from green buildings trying to improve their energy efficiency, some industrial niches requiring lightweight and durable materials, sustainable transportation, to companies requiring semiconductor efficiency.

Headquartered in Utrecht, the Netherlands, it has more than fourteen thousand employees, operating in more than 50 countries, with customers in more than 130 cities.

Frequently asked questions about Aalberts dividends

Aalberts pays dividends on a Anual basis.

Aalberts is listed on the Bolsa de Amsterdam and is part of the AMX.

Aalberts has the Ticker or stock code AALB.

The CEO of Aalberts in 2024 is Mr. Arno R. Monincx.

Aalberts does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.

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