Upcoming Groupe Bruxelles Lambert dividend
Change(%)
0.00%
No change
Next payment 2.75€
Next payment date May 13, 2024
Last payment 2.75€
Last payment date May 15, 2023
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Ex-Dividend: 5/9/24
Confirmed

Holders of shares in Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBLB) will receive 2,75 euros per share in dividends on May 13, 2024, yielding 4.09%.

Prioritize purchasing shares before the Last Trading Day (May 8, 2024) to benefit from dividends.

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert paid a dividend of 2.75 euros on May 15, 2023, with a yield of 3.57%.

GBL, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert, listed on the main Belgian stock exchanges, using the stock exchange symbol GBLB, has paid dividends to its shareholders since 2000, tracing a track record of more than twenty years of compliance with the commitment without recording any suspension or delay so far.

The value of the amount is slightly variable from one period to another, being delivered in a single installment, usually settled in the first days of May, reaching a yield of approximately 2.40%.

Payout Ratio Groupe Bruxelles Lambert Dividends

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert paid 8% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Groupe Bruxelles Lambert's earnings (6,817,399,808.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 8% of the total net profit of GBLB.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

These are the most important events of the Groupe Bruxelles Lambert calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 8, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 9, 2024
Record date May 10, 2024
Date of payment May 13, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBLB).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert
Over the past 5 years, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert vs. the sector
Groupe Bruxelles Lambert's dividend yield (4.06%) is below the sector average (4.79%).
Comparison with industry average
Groupe Bruxelles Lambert's dividend yield is between the top 25% (6.03%) and top 75% (1.49%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Groupe Bruxelles Lambert
Over the past 5 years, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2023
05/11/2023
2.75 €
2.75 €
2022
05/03/2022
2.75 €
2.75 €
2021
05/04/2021
2.5 €
2.5 €
2020
05/05/2020
3.15 €
3.15 €
2019
04/30/2019
3.07 €
3.07 €
2018
05/07/2018
3. €
3 €
2017
05/02/2017
2.93 €
2.93 €
2016
05/03/2016
2.86 €
2.86 €
2015
05/05/2015
2.79 €
2.79 €
2014
04/29/2014
2.72 €
2.72 €
2013
04/29/2013
2.65 €
2.65 €
2012
04/26/2012
2.6 €
2.6 €
2011
04/14/2011
2.54 €
2.54 €
2010
04/15/2010
2.42 €
2.42 €
2009
04/16/2009
2.3 €
2.3 €
2008
04/15/2008
2.09 €
2.09 €
2007
04/25/2007
1.88694 €
1.88694 €
2006
04/26/2006
1.708178 €
1.708178 €
2005
05/09/2005
1.589003 €
1.589003 €
2004
05/07/2004
1.479759 €
1.479759 €
2003
05/09/2003
1.41024 €
1.41024 €
2002
05/17/2002
1.310927 €
1.310927 €
2001
06/19/2001
1.191752 €
1.191752 €
Groupe Bruxelles Lambert dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Groupe Bruxelles Lambert shares (GBLB) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 8, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 9, 2024
Step 2: Sell Groupe Bruxelles Lambert shares (GBLB) 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 Groupe Bruxelles Lambert data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

Full name Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA
Ticker GBLB
Sector Financial Services
Industry Asset Management
Market Capitalization 8.77B €
ISIN BE0003797140
Description of the company

GBL, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert, is a holding company of Belgian origin, which behaves as an important long-term investor for various types of companies, with the main objective of obtaining profits, growth and partnerships through capital investment.

It was incorporated in 1902 in Brussels, leading in Belgium, and now has a strong presence in other European countries, as well as in North America.

Its operations are focused on several sectors, mainly the power generation and distribution industry, oil and gas exploration and marketing, and petrochemicals manufacturing, focusing on industrial and service companies.

It is continuously involved in solar development, renewable energies, gas processing, biofuels, construction contractors, crude oil production, wind energy, geothermal energy, biomass, gas pipelines, drilling equipment, fertilizers, deep water, lubricants, industrial services, among others. In addition, it has participated in other sectors such as banking, by making a considerable investment in the financial institution Drexel Burnham Lambert, which in 1990 was declared bankrupt.

Its business is classified in seven segments associated with the activities in which it participates, Sienna Investment Managers, Holding, Webhelp, Imerys, GBL Capital, Canyon, Affidea and Sanoptis, some of its partial assets are robust and strong businesses in their sector such as Adidas, Gea, Imerys, Ontex, Pernod Ricard, Sgs, Umicore, Affidea, Canyon, Parques Reunidos, Sanoptis and Voodoo.

Frequently asked questions about Groupe Bruxelles Lambert dividends

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert pays dividends on a Anual basis.

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert is listed on the Bolsa de Bruselas and is part of the BEL20.

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert has the Ticker or stock code GBLB.

The CEO of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert in 2024 is Mr. Ian Gallienne.

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

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