In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Kendrion (KENDR) 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.
There is no upcoming dividend defined for Kendrion.
There is no set last day on which buying Kendrion shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
Kendrion distributed 0.72 euros per share in the form of a dividend on May 11, 2023.
Kendrion N.V., listed on the Frankfurt, London and Amsterdam stock exchanges under the name KENDR, has been paying dividends since 1999, with a few suspensions, the first one lasted for 7 periods from 2002 to 2007 and the second and third ones were punctual, with an interruption in 2010 and another one in 2020.
It calculates the amount to be deposited based on the annual balance sheet study, which is estimated by the administrative management and approved by the general shareholders' meeting, which announces the results on its official website.
Deposits one installment per year, generally in May, with a yield of approximately 4%.
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Dividend calendar of Kendrion
There is no Dividend Calendar of Kendrion defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of Kendrion
Dividend yield of Kendrion vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Kendrion
Dividend history of Kendrion
In this table you can see the dividend history of Kendrion:
|2023||04/19/2023||0.72 €||0.72 €|
|2022||04/13/2022||0.69 €||0.69 €|
|2021||04/14/2021||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2019||04/10/2019||0.87 €||0.87 €|
|2018||04/11/2018||0.87 €||0.87 €|
|2017||04/12/2017||0.78 €||0.78 €|
|2016||04/13/2016||0.78 €||0.78 €|
|2015||04/15/2015||0.78 €||0.78 €|
|2014||04/16/2014||0.55 €||0.55 €|
|2013||04/17/2013||0.58 €||0.58 €|
|2012||04/18/2012||0.62 €||0.62 €|
|2011||04/20/2011||0.59 €||0.59 €|
|2009||04/08/2009||0.97 €||0.97 €|
|2008||04/09/2008||0.38 €||0.38 €|
|2001||04/09/2001||3.761405 €||3.761405 €|
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Information about Kendrion
Kendrion N.V., dedicated to the energy sector, designs, manufactures and markets intelligent industrial controls and actuators, elements that work for the automotive sector, brakes, industrial heating, robotics and sustainable energy.
It was founded in 1911 by the German Wilhelm Binder and his partner Rudolf Moog, calling it W. Binder, with the intention of creating and selling exceptional precision components, buying in 1913 Moog with which they managed to expand their premises, however, after the war they changed the modality of work focusing on electromagnetic processes.
The group continued to grow over the years, buying patents, which became a growth strategy, acquiring the textile production company Schuttersveld NV in 1997, as well as Hahn Magnet and Thoma Magnettechnik in 1999, becoming Kendrion in 2001 in order to reflect in its name its B2B niche markets and autonomous growth.
They continued with the purchase and sale of several affiliated companies, expanding internationally starting with China, Germany, India, positioning themselves in 9 countries between Europe, Germany and Asia, although their main headquarters are located in Amsterdam, with more than 2,700 employees and a turnover of approximately 520 million euros.
Its organization is based on three pillars of growth: automotive, actuators and controls, and industrial brakes.
Frequently asked questions about Kendrion dividends
Kendrion is listed on the Bolsa de Amsterdam and is part of the ASCX.
Kendrion has the Ticker or stock code KENDR.
Kendrion belongs to the Cyclical Consumer Products sector and the Auto Parts industry.
The CEO of Kendrion in 2023 is Mr. Jozef Aloysius Johannes van Beurden.
At this moment, the value of a Kendrion share is 11.00€.
Kendrion does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.