In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Unicaja Banco (UNI) 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.
Unicaja Banco will distribute 0,048431 euros per share in the form of a dividend on April 14, 2023.
The April 12, 2023 is the ex-dividend date. So if you wish to receive Unicaja Banco dividends, you must buy one day before this date.
There has been no final dividend for Unicaja Banco.
Unicaja's dividend policy has been quite irregular. In recent years it has been marked by the regulations imposed by the ECB as a result of COVID, a movement which, as can be seen in the graph, reduced the percentage of the company's net profit delivered to the shareholder.
In 2022, Unicaja Banco has exceeded the minimum capital requirements demanded by the European Central Bank (ECB) for the 2023 financial year, so it will have no limitations to distribute dividends.
In addition, Manuel Menéndez (CEO of Unicaja Banco) has stated that Unicaja's strategic plan for the coming years is to maintain a 50% annual pay-out ratio, a number that places it in the average range delivered by Spanish banks.
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Payout Ratio Unicaja Banco Dividends
Dividend calendar of Unicaja Banco
This is the Dividend Calendar of Unicaja Banco in 2023.
|Last trading date||April 11, 2023|
|Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date)||April 12, 2023|
|Record date||April 13, 2023|
|Date of payment||April 14, 2023|
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Information about Unicaja Banco
Frequently asked questions about Unicaja Banco dividends
Unicaja Banco is listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange and is part of the Ibex35.
Unicaja Banco has the Ticker or stock code UNI.
At this moment, the value of a Unicaja Banco share is 0.00€.
Unicaja Banco does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.