In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Abn Amro Bank (ABN) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.
Abn Amro Bank will distribute 0,77 euros per share in the form of a dividend on July 22, 2024.
The June 25, 2024 is the ex-dividend date. So if you wish to receive Abn Amro Bank dividends, you must buy one day before this date.
Abn Amro Bank distributed 0.62 euros per share in the form of a dividend on September 12, 2023.
ABN AMRO, listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange under the ticker symbol ABNd, has been paying dividends since 2016 on a constant and uninterrupted basis, with a suspension in 2020.
Like most publicly traded corporations, the calculation and definition of payment dates of this interest depends on decisions made at the shareholders' meeting, which are approved by vote, who estimate the amount of the amount.
The installment has been stable, with few changes, being the frequent payment in the months of May and September with an approximate yield of 6.33%.
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Payout Ratio Abn Amro Bank Dividends
Dividend calendar of Abn Amro Bank
This is the Dividend Calendar of Abn Amro Bank in 2023.
|Last trading date||June 24, 2024|
|Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date)||June 25, 2024|
|Record date||July 19, 2024|
|Date of payment||July 22, 2024|
Historical annual dividend yields of Abn Amro Bank
Dividend yield of Abn Amro Bank vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Abn Amro Bank
Dividend history of Abn Amro Bank
In this table you can see the dividend history of Abn Amro Bank:
|2021||10/01/2021||0.68 €||0.68 €|
Abn Amro Bank dividend capture strategy
Information about Abn Amro Bank
ABN AMRO, is a Dutch bank dedicated to providing financial services and advice to personal, commercial and corporate clients, as well as creative solutions in various sectors of the economy and digital trends.
It was founded in 1991 through the merger of ABN (Algemene Bank Nederland) which in English translates as "General Bank of the Netherlands" and AMRO BANK (Amsterdam-Rotterdam Bank) which came from previous unions, the oldest being the "Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij" ie the "Commercial Society of the Netherlands", which operated since 1824.
The ABN AMRO was bought in 2007 by a major consortium consisting of Fortis Bank, Banco Santander and the Royal Bank of Scotland, which divided it and divided the business units, leaving the retail operations in the Netherlands and Belgium to Fortis, the wholesale operations, Asia and South America to RBS and the United States through La Salle to Bank of America.
In 2008 the governments of the countries in which Fortis participated acquired all its businesses, merging ABN AMRO Bank with Fortis Bank Nederland in 2010, thus creating the current ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
All its activities are conducted through its subsidiaries, among which retail banking, private banking, pensions, international cards, credit, mobile banking, among others, located in 12 countries between Australia, Asia, Europe and America.
Frequently asked questions about Abn Amro Bank dividends
Abn Amro Bank is listed on the Bolsa de Amsterdam and is part of the AEX.
Abn Amro Bank has the Ticker or stock code ABN.
Abn Amro Bank belongs to the Financial Services sector and the Banks - Diversified industry.
The CEO of Abn Amro Bank in 2023 is Mr. Robert A.J. Swaak.
At this moment, the value of a Abn Amro Bank share is 12.36€.
Abn Amro Bank does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.