In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how FTSE MIB (Borsa Italiana) 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.

Information about FTSE MIB

The FTSE MIB is the main stock market index of the Borsa Italiana in Italy. It was created to provide an accurate representation of the 40 most important and liquid companies listed on the Italian stock market in Milan.

This index reflects the performance of the Italian market and is weighted by market capitalization. This means that companies with a higher market capitalization have a greater influence on the index.

Most of the FTSE MIB companies offer dividends, and among the most recognized are Eni, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Intesa Sanpaolo, and UniCredit.

How is the FTSE MIB value calculated?

To determine the daily value of the FTSE MIB stock index, the following mathematical formula is used, which is based on the capitalization of its component companies:

FTSE MIB(t) = FTSE MIB(t - 1) × Σ Capi(t) / [ Σ Capi(t - 1) ± J ]

An adjustment coefficient J is included to mitigate the impact of financial transactions such as capital increases or reductions, and thus avoid abrupt changes in their value.

The value of the FTSE MIB on a given day is calculated by multiplying the value of the FTSE MIB on the previous day (day t-1) by a percentage obtained from the sum of the market capitalizations of the 40 companies on day t, divided by the sum of the capitalizations on day t-1.

The daily capitalization of a company is obtained by multiplying the number of its outstanding shares by the quoted price of those shares on that day.

For example, if the FTSE MIB closed today at 28,700 points and the total capitalization of the 40 companies is 500 billion euros, and tomorrow that capitalization rises to 505 billion euros, the closing value of the FTSE MIB on the following day would be:

FTSE MIB (specific day) = 28,700 × 505/500 = 28,871 basis points.

How can I invest in FTSE MIB shares and receive dividends?

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Dividends schedule FTSE MIB

CompanyEx-DividendAmountPayment DateConfirmed
Logo de Enel
01/22/20240.215 €01/24/2024Check Icon
Logo de Banca Generali
Banca GeneraliBGN
02/19/20240.65 €02/21/2024Check Icon
Logo de Assicurazioni Generali
Assicurazioni GeneraliG
03/08/20241.16 €03/11/2024Cross Icon
Logo de Davide Campari-Milano
Davide Campari-MilanoCPR
04/23/20240.05 €04/25/2024Cross Icon
Logo de Ferrari
04/23/20241.23 €05/03/2024Cross Icon

Latest Dividends FTSE MIB

Graph of companies divided by sector FTSE MIB

Most profitable dividends FTSE MIB

Logo de Intesa Sanpaolo
Intesa SanpaoloISP
9.00 %
Logo de Banca Mediolanum
Banca MediolanumBMED
6.67 %
Logo de Enel
6.22 %
Logo de Assicurazioni Generali
Assicurazioni GeneraliG
6.09 %
Logo de Eni
6.05 %
Logo de Azimut Holding
Azimut HoldingAZM
5.91 %
Logo de Hera
4.33 %
Logo de FinecoBank Banca Fineco
FinecoBank Banca FinecoFBK
4.05 %
Logo de ERG
3.89 %
Logo de CNH Industrial
CNH IndustrialCNHI
3.82 %

Table of companies divided by sector FTSE MIB

In the following table you can see to which sector each of the companies belongs:

Financial ServicesIntesa Sanpaolo, Banca Mediolanum, Assicurazioni Generali, Azimut Holding, FinecoBank Banca Fineco, BPER Banca, Banca Generali, Banco BPM
Public ServicesEnel, Hera, ERG
IndustryCNH Industrial, Interpump Group
Health CareDiaSorin, Amplifon
Productos de consumo defensivosDavide Campari-Milano
Cyclical Consumer ProductsFerrari

FTSE MIB Companies with dividends

Below is a list of Borsa Italiana companies that pay dividends:

A2AAmplifonAssicurazioni GeneraliAzimut HoldingBanca GeneraliBanca MediolanumBanca Monte dei Paschi di SienaBanco BPMBPER BancaCNH IndustrialDavide Campari-MilanoDiaSorinEnelEniERGFerrariFinecoBank Banca FinecoHeraInterpump GroupIntesa Sanpaolo