Upcoming Dassault Systèmes dividend
Change(%)
+9.52%
Increase
Next payment 0.23€
Next payment date May 29, 2024
Last payment 0.21€
Last payment date May 31, 2023
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Ex-Dividend: 5/27/24
Confirmed

For those with shares in Dassault Systèmes, May 29, 2024 will bring not only 0,23 euros per share in dividends but also a yield of 0.67%.

Plan your purchase before the Ex-dividend Date (May 27, 2024) and check the Last Trading Day (May 24, 2024) to optimize your dividends.

Dassault Systèmes rewarded its shareholders with 0.21 euros on May 31, 2023, with an annual yield of 0.52%.

Dassault Systèmes S.E., listed in the United States, Austria, United Kingdom, Germany and Paris under the ticker symbol DAST, has granted this interest to its shareholders since 2000, with an uninterrupted track record of more than 20 years.

The amount is estimated according to annual revenues and financial results, which are announced on their official websites, being paid every May or otherwise in June, reaching a profitability that is close to 0.52%.

Payout Ratio Dassault Systèmes Dividends

Dassault Systèmes paid 2% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Dassault Systèmes's earnings (6,016,799,744.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 2% of the total net profit of DSY.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Dassault Systèmes

These are the most important events of the Dassault Systèmes 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 May 29, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Dassault Systèmes (DSY).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Dassault Systèmes
Over the past 5 years, Dassault Systèmes has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Dassault Systèmes vs. the sector
Dassault Systèmes's dividend yield (0.67%) is below the sector average (0.88%).
Comparison with industry average
Dassault Systèmes's dividend yield is between the top 25% (1.57%) and top 75% (0.50%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Dassault Systèmes
Over the past 5 years, Dassault Systèmes's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Dassault Systèmes

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2023
05/29/2023
0.21 €
0.21 €
2022
05/23/2022
0.17 €
0.17 €
2021
05/28/2021
0.112 €
0.112 €
2020
05/28/2020
0.14 €
0.14 €
2019
05/29/2019
0.13 €
0.13 €
2018
05/29/2018
0.116 €
0.116 €
2017
05/30/2017
0.106 €
0.106 €
2016
06/02/2016
0.094 €
0.094 €
2015
06/03/2015
0.086 €
0.086 €
2014
05/30/2014
0.083 €
0.083 €
2013
06/05/2013
0.08 €
0.08 €
2012
06/21/2012
0.07 €
0.07 €
2011
06/13/2011
0.054 €
0.054 €
2010
06/14/2010
0.046 €
0.046 €
2009
06/22/2009
0.046 €
0.046 €
2008
06/17/2008
0.046 €
0.046 €
2007
06/27/2007
0.044 €
0.044 €
2006
07/05/2006
0.042 €
0.042 €
2005
06/28/2005
0.038 €
0.038 €
2004
06/22/2004
0.051 €
0.051 €
2003
06/18/2003
0.033 €
0.033 €
2002
06/18/2002
0.033 €
0.033 €
2001
06/25/2001
0.031 €
0.031 €
2000
07/03/2000
0.026679 €
0.026679 €
Dassault Systèmes dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Dassault Systèmes shares (DSY) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 24, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 27, 2024
Step 2: Sell Dassault Systèmes shares (DSY) 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 Dassault Systèmes data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Dassault Systèmes

Full name Dassault Systèmes SE
Ticker DSY
Sector Technology
Industry Software - Application
Market Capitalization 45.15B €
ISIN FR0014003TT8
Number of Employees 23,573
Description of the company

Dassault Systèmes S.E., sometimes known as 3DS, is a corporation that offers design services, simulation, and a series of products focused on three-dimensional (3D) visualization.

It was founded in 1981 in France, as a way to find solutions for the aerospace industry that needed sophisticated drawing tools for their complex aviation models, thus commercializing a 3D surface software CATI, which they later named as CATIA, immediately partnering with the IBM company through a marketing and sales agreement.

The software was used for the development of 70% of the world's airplanes and automobiles, with clients such as BMW, Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Boeing, who were able to simulate a preview of their products, which when combined with the 3DEXPERIENCIE platform allows products to be modeled in the context where they will be located or operate in real life.

Starting in 1997, a series of acquisitions began that allowed him to incorporate his DELMIA brand, such as SolidWorks and Deneb Robotics, enabling the connection of the software to the Internet in 1998, which allowed 3D models to be viewed in web browsers. The following year he purchased Soluciones Inteligentes and Matra Datavisión, as well as Abaqus, Virtools, MatrixOne linked with ENOVIA to create technology and medical devices, launching the 3DVIA brand in 2007.

The company diversifies its services by incorporating brands that offer data management, IT, business analytics, marketing, planet modeling, among others.

It has more than 20,000 employees with offices in Paris, Shanghai and Boston, serving 290,000 customers worldwide and 25 million users.

Frequently asked questions about Dassault Systèmes dividends

Dassault Systèmes pays dividends on a Anual basis.

Dassault Systèmes is listed on the Bourse de Paris and is part of the CAC40.

Dassault Systèmes has the Ticker or stock code DSY.

The CEO of Dassault Systèmes in 2024 is Dr. Genevieve B. Berger M.D., Ph.D..

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

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