Upcoming Kering dividend
Change(%)
+111.11%
Increase
Next payment 9.5€
Next payment date May 6, 2024
Last payment 4.5€
Last payment date Jan 17, 2024
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Ex-Dividend: 5/2/24
Confirmed

Kering is expected to pay 9,5 euros per share in dividends to its shareholders on May 6, 2024.

Secure your participation in dividends by purchasing shares before the Last Trading Day (May 1, 2024).

Kering paid a dividend of 4.5 euros to its shareholders on January 17, 2024.

Kering S.A., listed on the stock exchanges of the Austrian, United Kingdom, United States, Mexico, Italy and Paris markets, using the PRTP symbology, has delivered dividends to its shareholders from 2021 to date.

The company pays the amount in two installments per year, one granted in January and the other in May, with a yield of approximately 2.30%, and is still awaiting the announcement of the second installment for 2023.

Payout Ratio Kering Dividends

Kering paid 5% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Kering's earnings (19,566,000,128.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 5% of the total net profit of KER.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Kering

These are the most important events of the Kering calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 1, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 2, 2024
Record date May 3, 2024
Date of payment May 6, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Kering (KER).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Kering
Over the past 5 years, Kering has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Kering vs. the sector
Kering's dividend yield (4.45%) is above the sector average (2.58%).
Comparison with industry average
Kering's dividend yield is among the top 25% (3.76%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Kering
Over the past 5 years, Kering's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Kering

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2024
01/15/2024
4.5 €
4.5 €
2023
05/02/2023
01/16/2023
9.5 €
4.5 €
14 €
2022
05/03/2022
01/13/2022
8.5 €
3.5 €
12 €
2021
05/04/2021
01/19/2021
5.5 €
2.5 €
8 €
2020
06/23/2020
01/14/2020
4.5 €
3.5 €
8 €
2019
05/02/2019
01/15/2019
7. €
3.5 €
10.5 €
2018
05/14/2018
01/15/2018
4. €
2. €
6 €
2017
05/03/2017
01/16/2017
3.1 €
1.5 €
4.6 €
2016
05/04/2016
01/21/2016
2.5 €
1.5 €
4 €
2015
04/28/2015
01/22/2015
2.5 €
1.5 €
4 €
2014
05/08/2014
01/21/2014
2.25 €
1.5 €
3.75 €
2013
06/20/2013
01/21/2013
2.25 €
1.5 €
3.75 €
2012
05/02/2012
3.5 €
3.5 €
2011
05/23/2011
3.5 €
3.5 €
2010
05/21/2010
3.3 €
3.3 €
2009
05/11/2009
3.3 €
3.3 €
2008
09/30/2008
06/11/2008
06/10/2008
0.8 €
3.45 €
1.03 €
5.28 €
2007
06/13/2007
06/01/2007
0.69 €
3. €
3.69 €
2006
06/13/2006
06/02/2006
0.8 €
2.72 €
3.52 €
2005
06/03/2005
2.52 €
2.52 €
2004
06/04/2004
3.6 €
3.6 €
2003
06/06/2003
2.3 €
2.3 €
2002
06/07/2002
2.3 €
2.3 €
2001
06/08/2001
2.18002 €
2.18002 €
2000
07/03/2000
1.7806 €
1.7806 €
Kering dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Kering shares (KER) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 1, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 2, 2024
Step 2: Sell Kering shares (KER) when the price recovers.
Date of sale (estimated) May 10, 2024
Average price recovery 8 days
Average return on cost 0.82%
The dividend capture strategy is based on historical Kering data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Kering

Full name Kering SA
Ticker KER
Sector Cyclical Consumer Products
Industry Luxury Goods
Market Capitalization 37.30B €
ISIN FR0000121485
Number of Employees 48,964
Description of the company

Kering S.A., a French group that manages a variety of high-end fashion houses, including jewelry and leather goods, promotes the use of modern and authentic luxury in its business activities, and its brands are distributed in almost 120 countries.

It was founded in 1962 by François Pinault as a lumber and construction materials business, growing slowly through the acquisition of other companies, managing to cover the entire national territory, becoming the Pinault-Printemps-La Redoute (PPR) group in 1994, diversifying its portfolio of products and projects extensively.

In 1999 they bought about half of the Gucci Group, thus entering the luxury sector and acquiring other important brands such as Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent, Sergio Rossi, Boucheron, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney, Puma, Brioni, Volcom, Girard-Perregaux, Fnac and Redcats Group, changing its name to Kering in 2013.

In 2008 they opened the Kering Foundation, where they support women survivors of domestic violence, being partners of the "Fédération Nationale Solidarité Femmes" in France, the "National Network to End Domestic Violence" in the United States of America, of "Donne in Rete contro la violenza" in Italy and of "Women's Aid" in the United Kingdom, later adding support programs for adult victims of childhood sexual abuse.

The company has two main operating lines: the luxury division, which designs, manufactures and markets exclusive items in the jewelry, watchmaking, footwear, etc. sectors, and the sporting goods division.

Frequently asked questions about Kering dividends

Kering pays dividends on a Semestral basis.

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

Kering has the Ticker or stock code KER.

The CEO of Kering in 2024 is Ms. Concetta Battaglia.

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

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