Total dividend bookyear 2018: € 0.000*

Final dividend

proposed amount
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announcement date
ex-coupon date
payment date

Total dividend bookyear 2017: € 0.000

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.000
announcement date
ex-coupon date
payment date

Total dividend bookyear 2016: € 0.000

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.000
announcement date
ex-coupon date
payment date

Total dividend bookyear 2015: € 0.000

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.000
announcement date
ex-coupon date
payment date

Total dividend bookyear 2014: € 0.000

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.000
announcement date
ex-coupon date
payment date

Dividend history

financial events

Company information

Source: company website, April 2018

Founded in 2001, Altice is a convergent global leader in telecom, content, media, entertainment and advertising.
 
Altice delivers innovative, customer-centric products and solutions that connect and unlock the limitless potential of its over 50 million customers over fiber networks and mobile broadband. The company enables millions of people to live out their passions by providing original content, high quality and compelling TV shows, and international, national and local news channels. Altice delivers live broadcast premium sports events and enables millions of customers to enjoy the most well-known media and entertainment. Altice innovates with technology in its Altice labs across the world. Altice links leading brands to audiences through premium advertising solutions. Altice is also a global provider of enterprise digital solutions to millions of business customers.

Altice is present in 10 territories from New York to Paris, from Tel Aviv to Lisbon, from Santo Domingo to Geneva, from Amsterdam to Dallas. Altice (ATC & ATCB) is listed on Euronext Amsterdam.

Dividend policy

Source: company website, April 2018

Altice N.V. (the “Company”) has not paid any dividends since its incorporation. In future years, the Company intends to assess the relevance of paying dividends in light of its strategy to prioritise value-enhancing acquisitions or investments in its infrastructure or portfolio of rights.
Within this framework, the Company will at times consider returning capital to the shareholders through ordinary and exceptional dividend as well as share buy-backs if deemed adequate on the basis of its review of the opportunity set for acquisitions or development projects.