There is no upcoming dividend defined for Brunel International.
There is no set last day on which buying Brunel International shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
Brunel International distributed 0.55 euros per share in the form of a dividend on June 8, 2023.
Brunel Internat N.V., listed on the stock exchange in Germany and the Netherlands, known as BRUN, has paid its dividend consistently for more than five years, with a suspension in 2020.
The amount granted is usually higher than the previous one, paid in a single installment in June, although in 2017 they delivered a special bonus for the same amount and on the same day, reaching a yield of 4.47% in 2023.
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Payout Ratio Brunel International Dividends
Dividend calendar of Brunel International
There is no Dividend Calendar of Brunel International defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of Brunel International
Dividend yield of Brunel International vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Brunel International
Dividend history of Brunel International
In this table you can see the dividend history of Brunel International:
|2023||05/15/2023||0.55 €||0.55 €|
|2022||05/23/2022||0.45 €||0.45 €|
|2021||05/13/2021||0.3 €||0.3 €|
|2020||05/18/2020||0.3 €||0.3 €|
|2019||05/20/2019||0.25 €||0.25 €|
|2018||05/16/2018||0.15 €||0.15 €|
|2017||05/15/2017||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2016||05/19/2016||0.76 €||0.76 €|
|2015||05/05/2015||0.7 €||0.7 €|
|2014||05/05/2014||0.55 €||0.55 €|
|2013||06/28/2013||0.5 €||0.5 €|
|2012||05/07/2012||0.45 €||0.45 €|
|2011||05/16/2011||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2010||05/10/2010||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2009||05/18/2009||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2006||05/22/2006||0.15 €||0.15 €|
|2003||07/01/2003||0.225 €||0.225 €|
|2001||05/24/2001||0.055 €||0.055 €|
|2000||05/23/2000||0.055 €||0.055 €|
|1999||05/26/1999||0.2 €||0.2 €|
Brunel International dividend capture strategy
Information about Brunel International
Brunel Internat N.V., a global network dedicated to connecting specialists in cutting-edge projects, has more than 120 branches in 45 countries, with more than 12,000 specialists and 2,000 clients worldwide.
It was founded in 1975 under the name Multec, when engineer Jan Brand placed a colleague in a temporary position, establishing the first office in Delft. Three years later the business grew rapidly as customers discovered that this system made their processes more flexible and professionals found a possibility to participate in a variety of projects accelerating their careers.
In 1987 they expanded abroad by opening a branch in Belgium, placing highly qualified candidates in the requested profiles, adapting to the legislation of the new markets, changing its name to Brunel in 1989 in honor of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, praised as the best engineer in British history, expanding the sector of work to cover legal areas, Finance, IT, Insurance and Banking, so they founded Euromatch, a business unit dedicated to select and place candidates in these new sectors.
In 1995 they opened Brunel Energy and in 1996 they arrived in Toronto, Canada. Over the years they have positioned themselves in various parts of the world, including the Asia-Pacific region and Germany, entering the Amsterdam Stock Exchange in 1997.
Today they place professionals from junior to senior positions, in varied industries such as Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas, Logistics Services, Life Sciences, Future Mobility, Infrastructure and Mining, offering recruitment services, Professional Training, Food, Accommodation and Transportation, Recruitment and Secondment, Maintenance Excellence Training, Permanent/Direct Recruitment, Offshore Recruitment, Commissioning and Commissioning Services (CSU), Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), Project Management, among others.
Frequently asked questions about Brunel International dividends
Brunel International pays dividends on a Annual basis.
Brunel International is listed on the Bolsa de Amsterdam and is part of the ASCX.
Brunel International has the Ticker or stock code BRNL.
Brunel International belongs to the Industry sector and the Staffing & Employment Services industry.
The CEO of Brunel International in 2023 is Dr. Jilko T. Andringa.
At this moment, the value of a Brunel International share is 10.82€.
Brunel International does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.