Ahold Delhaize

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Totaal dividend boekjaar 2018: € 0,700*

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voorgesteld bedrag
€ 0,700
datum aankondiging
apr 10, 2019
datum ex-dividend
apr 12, 2019
datum betaling
apr 25, 2019
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Reflecting the confidence we have in our strategy and our ability to generate cash, we propose a cash dividend of €0.70 per common share for the financial year 2018, up 11.1% from last year.
This reflects our ambition to sustainably grow the dividend per share and represents a payout ratio of 42%, based on the expected dividend payment on underlying income from continuing operations, which is in line with our dividend policy.

Totaal dividend boekjaar 2017: € 0,630

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bedrag
€ 0,630
datum aankondiging
apr 11, 2018
datum ex-dividend
apr 13, 2018
datum betaling
apr 26, 2018

Dividend historie

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Bedrijfsinformatie

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Source: company website, April 2018

Ahold Delhaize is one of the world’s largest food retail groups, a leader in supermarkets and e-commerce, and a company at the forefront of sustainable retailing. Our family of great local brands serves more than 50 million shoppers each week in the United States, Europe and Indonesia. Each brand shares a passion for delivering great food, value and innovations, and for creating inclusive workplaces that provide rewarding professional opportunities. Our brands have also established meaningful, lasting commitments to strengthen local communities, source responsibly and help customers make healthier choices.

Dividendbeleid

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Source: company website, April 2018

The frequency and amount per share of dividend payments are decided by our Management Board.

Our dividend policy is to target a payout ratio in the range of 40-50% of pro forma underlying income from continuing operations.