As audited accounts start to trickle in companies will propose dividend payments to their shareholders as recommended by their respective board of directors. It is also important to track these announcements to know who is eligible to collect dividend, when it will be approved and when it will be paid. Dividend payment also affect share prices.
This page will be updated from time to time.
Payment date – This is when dividend will be paid to you either via post (dividend warrants) or direct credit to your bank accounts (e-dividend).
Closure of Register – Only shareholders who own shares before this date will be paid dividend. If you sell before this date you won’t get dividend. If you sell after you will still get dividend but the new owner will not get.
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|COMPANY||DATE ANNOUNCED||DIVIDEND/SHARE||BONUS||CLOSURE OF REGISTER||AGM DATE||PAYMENT DATE|
|Neimeth Int'l Pharmaceuticals Plc||Nil||1 for 10||31st January 2017||7th February 2017|
|Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc||3rd January 2017||Nil||Three working Days after the AGM|
|Vetiva Griffin ETF 30 (Interim)||15 Kobo||Nil||13th December 2016||16th December 2016|
|SIM Capital Alliance Value Fund||1000 Kobo||Nil||16th December 2016||22nd December 2016||28th December 2016|
|Nigerian Energy Sector Fund||5100 Kobo||Nil||1st December 2016||15th December 2016|
|UPDC REIT (Interim)||23 Kobo||Nil||1st December 2016||15th December 2016|
|Nigerian Breweries (Interim)||100 Kobo||Nil||17th – 23rd November 2016||24th November 2016|
|Total Oil Nigeria Plc (Interim)||700 kobo||Nil||21st – 25th November 2016||5th December 2016|
|Guinness Nigeria Plc||17/10/2016||50 Kobo||Nil||17th October 2016||23rd November 2016||24th November 2016|
|Fidson Healthcare Plc||23/9/2016||5 kobo||Nil||26th – 30th September 2016||19th October 2016||21st October 2016|
|Nig. Enamelware Plc||23/9/2016||45 kobo||Nil||24th – 28th October 2016||24th November 2016||28th November 2016|
|Conoil Plc||8/9/2016||300 kobo||Nil||October 3rd - October 17 2016||28th October 2016||7th November 2016|
|UBA Plc||25/8/2016||20 kobo||Nil||12th-16th September||N/A||19th September|
|Access Bank Plc (Interim)||19/8/2016||25 kobo||Nil||6th September 2016||N/A||13th September 2016|
|Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (Interim)||17/8/2016||25 kobo||Nil||1st September 2016||N/A||9th September 2016|
|PZ Cussons||17/8/2016||50 kobo||Nil||19th - 23rd September 2016||6th October 2016||7th October 2016|
|Tripple Gee & Co||3 Kobo||Nil||To be advised||To be advised||To be advised|
|Smart Products||26 kobo||Nil||27th June 2016||26th July 2016||11th August 2016|
|Zenith Bank Plc (Interim)||42682||25 kobo||Nil||23rd August 2016||N/A||26th Sept. for ord shareholders/2nd Sept for GDR|
|Cutix Plc||42437||14 kobo||Nil||To be advised||To be advised||To be advised|
|Unity Kapital Assurance Plc||42621||1.5 kobo||Nil||15th - 29th August 2016||N/A||22nd August 2016|
|Total Oil Nigeria Plc (Interim)||29/7/2016||300 kobo||Nil||22nd -26th August 2016||N/A||6th September 2016|
|ABC Transport||29/7/2016||2 kobo||Nil||8th - 12th August 2016||19th August 2016||5th August 2016|
|Custodian & Allied Plc (Interim)||28/7/2016||7 kobo||Nil||22nd August 2016||N/A||1st September 2016|
|Pharma Deko||28/7/2018||15 kobo||Nil||12th August 2016||N/A||16th September 2016|
|Nig. Enalmareware||28/7/2016||45 kobo||Nil||To be advised||To be advised||To be advised|
|GSK Nigeria Plc (Special)||28/7/2016||60 Kobo||Nil||1st September 2016||N/A||7th September 2016|
|Flour Mills Nigeria Plc||22/7/2016||100 kobo||Nil||18th - 12th August 2016||8th September 2016||12th September 2016|
|Red Star Express||42376||35 kobo||Nil||27th June - 29th July 2016||18th August 2016||1st September 2016|
|Seven Up Bottling Company||29/6/2016||160 kobo||Nil||18th - 29th July 2016||28th September||28th September|
|Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc||_1 Kobo||_Nil||_9th Ð 13 May 2016||_24th May 2016||_24th May 2016|
|AG Leventis Nigeria Plc||13/6/2016||10 Kobo||Nil||22nd - 26th August 2016||8th September 2016||9th September 2016|
|Niger Insurance Plc||42557||3.5 kobo||Nil||18th July - 22nd July 2016||_26th July 2016||28th July 2016_|
|Presco Plc||42557||100 kobo||Nil||4th - 6th July 2016||20th July 2016||21st July 2016|
|Cadbury Nigeria Plc||31/5/2016||65 kobo||Nil||27th June - 1st July 2016||19th July 2016||20th July 2016|
|C & I Leasing Plc||31/5/2016||4 Kobo||Nil||10th - 16th June 2016||16th June 2016||16th June 2016|
|CAP Plc||23/5/2016||120 kobo||Nil||31st May - 6th June 2016||16th June 2016||17th June 2016|
|Fortis Microfinance Bank Plc||20/5/2018||Nil||1 for 1||To be advised||To be advised||To be advised|
|Eterna Plc||20/5/2016||25 kobo||Nil||To be advised||To be advised||To be advised|
|Cement Co. of Northern Nig. Plc||20/5/2016||10 kobo||Nil||4th - 8th July 2016||11th August 2016||11th August 2016|
|BOC Gases Nigeria Plc||18/5/2016||5 kobo||Nil||3rd - 10th June 2016||16th June 2016||20th June 2016|
|Beta Glass||42709||40 kobo||Nil||13th -17th July 2016||30th June 2016||1st July 2016|
|eTranzact International Plc||42679||10 kobo||Nil||1st - 7th July 2016||1st July 2016||8th July 2016|
|International Brew. Plc||42648||35 kobo||Nil||18th - 22nd July 2016||9th August 2016||11th August 2016|
|NEM Insurance Plc||42648||6 kobo||Nil||23rd - 27th May 2016||8th June 2016||8th June 2016|
|NPF Microfinance Bank||42434||15 Kobo||Nil||11th - 15th July 2016||3rd August 2016||4th August 2016|
|FBN Holdings Plc||26/4/2016||15 Kobo||Nil||9th - 13th May 2016||26th May 2016||30th May 2016|
|Okomu Oil Palm Co. Plc||14/4/2016||10 Kobo||Nil||10th - 13th May 2016||21th June 2016||27th June 2016|
|Ecobank Transnational Inc.||13/4/2016||0.2 cents||Nil||19th July 2016||17th June 2016||2nd August 2016|
|McNichols Consolidated Plc||13/4/2016||3 kobo||1 for 10||16th June 2016||21st July 2016||25th July 2016|
|Seplat Pet. Dev. Co. Plc||42678||4 cents||Nil||20th May 2016||1st June 2016||9th June 2016|
|May & Baker Nigeria Plc||14/4/2016||6 kobo||Nil||18th - 22nd April 2016||26th May 2016||6th June 2016|
|Continental Reinsurance Plc||42586||12 kobo||Nil||18th - 22nd July 2016||28th July 2016||29th July 2016|
|Infinity Trust Mortgage Bank Plc||42586||3 kobo||Nil||22nd April 2016||10th May 2016||16th May 2016|
|Regency Alliance Ins. Plc||42464||3 kobo||Nil||22nd -28th May 2016||26th May 2016||27th May 2016|
|NASCON Allied Industries Plc||42464||55 kobo||Nil||12th - 13th May 2016||19th May 2016||23rd May 2016|
|Aluminium Extrusion Ind. Plc||42464||8.5kobo||Nil||30th May- 3rd June 2016||15th July 2016||18th July 2016|
|AIICO Insurance Plc||42464||5 kobo||Nil||25th -29th April 2016||5th May2016||6th May 2016|
|Total Oil Nigeria Plc||42373||1200 kobo||Nil||18th - 22nd April 2016||10th June 2016||13th June 2016|
|Custodian & Allied Plc||42373||14 kobo||Nil||14th - 20th April 2016||3rd May 2016||3rd May 2016|
|MRS Oil Nigeria Plc||42373||110 kobo||Nil||11th - 15th July 2016||4th August 2016||5th August 2016|
|UACN||30/3/2016||100 kobo||Nil||16th-20th May 2016||8th June 2016||9th June 2016|
|Berger Paints Nigeria Plc||30/3/2016||75 kobo||Nil||4th May 2016||9th June, 2016||13th June 2016|
|Fidelity Bank Plc||30/3/2016||16 Kobo||Nil||18th - 22nd April 2016||5th May 2016||5th May 2016|
|Transnational Corp. of Nig||30/3/2016||Nil||1 for 20||14th - 19th April 2016||29th April 2016||N/A|
|Nign Aviation Handling Co. Plc||30/3/2016||20 Kobo||Nil||6th - 10th June, 2016||26th July 2016||26th July 2016|
|FCMB Group Plc||30/3/2016||10 Kobo||Nil||13th - 19th April||29th April 2016||2nd May 2016|
|Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc||30/3/2016||720 Kobo||Nil||28th - 30th April 2016||25th May 2016||1st June 2016|
|Julius Berger Nigeria Plc||30/3/2016||150 Kobo||Nil||31st May - June 2016||16th June 2016||17th June 2016|
|Unilever Plc||24/3/2016||5 kobo||Nil||11th - 15th April 2016||12th May 2016||13th May 2016|
|Transcorp Hotels Plc||24/3/2016||40.85 kobo||Nil||5th April 2016||15th April 2016||18th April 2016|
|Transnationwide Express Ltd||22/3/2016||10 Kobo||Nil||11th - 15th July 2016||21st July 2016||5th August 2016|
|Paints and Coatings Ltd||22/3/2016||5 kobo||Nil||6th April 2016||20th April 2016||29th April 2016|
|Sterling Bank Plc||22/3/2016||9 kobo||Nil||4th April 2016||19th April 2016||19th April 2016|
|United Capital Plc||21/3/2016||35 kobo||Nil||31st March 2016||14th April 2016||18th April 2016|
|Dangote Sugar Plc||18/3/2016||50 kobo||Nil||4th-8th April 2016||20th April 2016||20th April 2016|
|Lafarge Africa Plc||18/3/2016||300 kobo||1 for 10||25th April 2016||12th May 2016||12th May 2016|
|Ashaka Cement Plc||18/3/2016||15 kobo||Nil||26th April 2016||10th May 2016||11th May 2016|
|Access Bank Plc||17/3/2016||30 kobo||Nil||13th April 2016||27th April 2016||27th April 2016|
|Axa Mansard Insurance Plc||17/3/2016||2 Kobo||Nil||29th April 2016||13th May 2016||13th May 2016|
|GSK Nigeria Plc||16/3/2016||30 Kobo||Nil||25th May 2016||23rd June 2016||24th June 2016|
|Nestle Nigeria Plc||16/3/2016||1900 Kobo||Nil||9th to 13th May 2016||23rd May 2016||24th May 2016|
|Zenith Bank Plc||15/3/2016||155 Kobo||Nil||29th March 2016||6th April 2016||6th April 2016|
|United Bank for Africa Plc||14/3/2016||40 Kobo||Nil||30th March to 5th April 2016||8th April 2016||12th April 2016|
|Guaranty Trust Bank Plc||14/3/2016||152 Kobo||Nil||29th March 2016||5th April 2016||5th April 2016|
|Wapic Insurance Plc||10/3/16||3 Kobo||Nil||23rd March 2016||5th April 2016||5th April 2016|
|Africa Prudential Registrars Plc||2/3/16||43 Kobo||Nil||23rd to 29th March 2016||12th April 2016||13th April 2016|
|Dangote Cement Plc||1/3/16||800 Kobo||Nil||11th to 15th April 2016||19th April 2016||21st April 2016|
|Greif Nigeria Plc||29/2/2016||60 Kobo||Nil||22nd to 24th March 2016||28th April 2016||6th May 2016|
|Nigerian Breweries Plc||8/2/16||360 kobo||Nil||3rd to 9th March 2016||11th May 2016||12th May 2016|
|Forte Oil Plc||2/2/16||345 kobo||Nil||18th to 21st April 2016||22nd April 2016||29th April 2016|
|Vitafoam Plc||7/1/16||25 kobo||Nil||15th to 19th February 2016||2nd March 2016||14th March 2016|
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From real estate to lifestyle: Purple extends brand to more sectors
Maryland Mall in Lagos will now be known as Purple Maryland.
In line with strategic repositioning of the company, the management of Purple Group has announced the rebranding of Purple Capital Partners Limited and change of name to Purple.
With this change, its flagship multi-use centre, Maryland Mall in Lagos will now be known as Purple Maryland while the ongoing development in Lekki will be known as Purple Lekki.
Announcing the changes in Lagos, the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Olayide Agboola, noted the rebranding and repositioning takes effect from July 1, and would be implemented across all the company’s physical and digital touchpoints.
The decision, he said, was in line with the group’s core belief in continuous innovation and customer satisfaction.
‘’We are refocusing our brand, and extending our reach beyond just real estate development. We see the need to curate affordable lifestyle experiences by leveraging our expertise in real estate development.
“With MarylandMall, now Purple Maryland and our ongoing development with PurpleLekki, we are integrating retail, arts, entertainment, media and advertisement, family fun, food and drinks, e-commerce and financial services all in one through superior mixed-use centres and services. Our new focus is clear; working with our range and network of partners, we are creating affordable lifestyle experiences for our consumers across all income levels,” the CEO explained.
Agboola further pointed out that all the group’s facilities and ongoing development were also rebranded and would be addressed with the Purple prefix (PurpleMaryland, PurpleLekki) while its new services would also bear a touch of the Purple Identity as well. He however added that to keep in touch with the group’s brand heritage; they had kept the same colors and logo symbol.
Speaking on what the new identity connotes, Agboola stated that the new Purple identity signified growing strength, resilience and elegance, which he noted accurately represents the significant growth and successes it has recorded over the past few years.
He said: “Ours is a story of sheer resilience, best practices and excellent service delivery to our partners and clients across the group. With this brand repositioning, we are re-committing to our core beliefs and ensuring unwavering commitment to our values, to our investors and to our esteemed partners. Our refreshed brand clearly communicates these values. We are also excited to unveil the brand identities for our new services and ongoing development projects”.
According to him, with the new development, PurpleLekki, PurpleNano, Purple.shop and PurplePlay, have all been designed to give customers more value for money. For instance, he explained that PurpleLekki; the all-new lifestyle centre in Lekki, Lagos, currently under development, will occupy a land size of about 10,000 sqm and a few floors which will be mixed use – retail, entertainment, serviced accommodation, and private offices.
For PurpleNano, Agboola stated that the premium and standard studio apartments was conceived with the modern professional in mind and available in 2 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms and 1 bedroom variants. “These ‘nanos’ are furnished to fit the peculiarities and taste of the Lekki Market and provide a peaceful, cozy space for occupants and visitors,” he stated.
Speaking of the future, the company also has plans to venture into the e-commerce space with brand ‘purple.shop’. Purlple.shop will work with the base of retail, fashion, food and entertainment partners and service providers in Purple centres. With this, they can reach even more customers through online channels. The e-commerce platform will also provide marketing tools and real-time analytics to optimize growth.
While pointing out that the group’s identity may have been refreshed, he was quick to add that the company’s focus remained unwavered. “We are creating affordable lifestyle experiences for our consumers through our principal investments in these superior mixed-use centres and services. We also remain thankful and committed to our partners and we will continue to utilize our expertise and experience to deliver alpha returns and provide best service to our customers across the group,” he concluded.
Formerly known as Purple Capital Partners, Purple Group is an ecosystem of companies focused on creating best-in-class lifestyle experiences for our consumers through our principal investments in superior mixed-use facilities and services.
Our lifestyle services spans through real estate, retail, e-commerce, media and advertising, entertainment and family fun, financial services amongst others; all focused on driving our mission to create lifestyle experiences for our consumers with convenience, affordability and finesse. Our lifestyle portfolio of developments include purplemaryland, purplelekki, purplenano.
Customers to win salary-4-life, business grants, rent advance and cash rewards in Diamondxtra quarterly draw
The DiamondXtra Reward Scheme is the most rewarding way to save.
Leading retail bank in Nigeria, Access Bank Plc is set to reward more than 1,000 DiamondXtra customers with various grants and cash prizes in the second DiamondXtra quarterly draw of Season 12 scheduled to hold on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.
According to Adaeze Umeh, Head, Consumer Banking, Access Bank Plc, “We are gearing up for the DiamondXtra quarterly draw this month and we will be rewarding more than 1,000 lucky customers with various cash prizes, business grants, family health insurance, rent advance and other exciting rewards. It is the bank’s little way of rewarding its loyal customers and creating more value to meet customer needs during these trying times. We rewarded ten customers last month with N1million each at the monthly draw and we are here again to reward more customers in the quarterly draw.”
To join the winning train, all you need to do is keep saving if you have a DiamondXtra account already. “If you don’t have an existing account, simply dial *901*5# to open a DiamondXtra account with just N5, 000 and save multiples of ₦5,000 to increase your chances of winning,” Adaeze told newsmen in Lagos.
Some of the DiamondXtra rewards for the quarterly draw include:
- Salary4Life (N100,000 every month for 20 Years)
- Rent for a Year for 21 lucky customers
- One Year Family health coverage for 7 lucky customers
- N1Million business grant for 6 lucky customers
- ₦500,000 for 15 lucky customers
- ₦100,000 for 45 lucky customers
- ₦50,000 for 300 lucky customers
- ₦20,000 for 300 lucky customers
- ₦10,000 for 300 lucky customers
The DiamondXtra Reward Scheme is the most rewarding way to save, don’t miss out on this opportunity to become a millionaire or a star prize winner. To participate; simply open a DiamondXtra account, save in multiples of ₦5,000 and you stand the chance to win amazing prizes in the quarterly draw this month.
NSE Masks for All Nigerians Campaign receives boost from private sector
The Exchange will distribute 100,000 face masks through different cities in Nigeria.
The rapid rise in confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Nigeria demands more collective, decisive, coordinated and inclusive action in the fight against the virus. Now is the time for government, private sector and well-meaning individuals to come together to flatten the curve.
In light of this, The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE or The Exchange) on Monday, 06 July 2020, redeemed its pledge of Sixty Million Naira to the Capital Market Support Committee for COVID-19 (CMSCC) with the donation of ambulance and Twenty Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Naira cash to the committee. The CMSCC is a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) led initiative set up to stimulate the capital market ecosystem to play an active role in curbing the spread of COVID-19 in Nigeria. The donation was received by the Chairman, CMSCC, Mr. Ariyo Olushekun and the Director, Lagos Zonal Office, SEC, Mr. Steven Falomo.
In furtherance of its commitment to support the fight against the virus, The Exchange launched the Masks For All Nigerians campaign with the aim to galvanize responsible corporate citizens and individuals to donate 400 million face masks to Nigerians, especially low-income households. The NSE kicked off the campaign with an anchor donation of 100,000 face masks that are being distributed in areas where it has operations and areas that are greatly affected by COVID-19.
As part of the Masks For All Nigerians campaign, The Exchange executed a nationwide awareness campaign on social media and radio to educate Nigerians on the need to wear face masks, practice social distancing and maintain good hygiene. The NSE also involved its Good Cause Ambassador, Innocent ‘TuFace’ Idibia, to amplify the need for Nigerians to wear and donate face masks via www.masksforallng.com, as well as adhere to the guidelines put in place to keep our communities safe. As part of its Employee Giveback Programme, members of staff are also donating 500 masks per week to Nigerians.
Speaking on the initiative, the Chief Executive Officer, NSE, Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, OON said, “We are facing an unprecedented crisis that requires us to adopt a more collaborative approach in fighting this pandemic especially as economic activity and social interactions resume. As we work to encourage the use of reusable face masks and adherence to other safety guidelines, we call on responsible corporate citizens and well-meaning individuals to support this initiative by wearing a mask when in public settings and donating masks especially to those at the bottom of the pyramid so as to protect lives.”
In response to the call, several private sector players have sprung to action bringing the total number of masks donated under the Masks for All Nigerians campaign to 216,300. Opay was the first to partner with a donation of 100,000 face masks to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital on Thursday, 4 June 2020. Also, Morbod Group donated 13,000 masks to residents of Lagos and South-Eastern part of Nigeria. The two most recent donors are Babalakin & Co Legal Practitioners and AIICO Insurance who donated 1,300 non-medical face masks to the Ikoyi Custodial Centre, Nigerian Correctional Service and 2,000 non-medical face masks to the Nigerian Red Cross Society, Lagos State Branch, respectively. AIICO Insurance has also made a commitment to donate another 7,000 face masks.
In fulfilling its commitment to donate 100,000 face masks, The Exchange will distribute 33,000 face masks in Lagos; 7,000 in Oyo; 5,000 in Ogun; 5,500 in Anambra; 5,500 in Rivers; 3,800 in Edo; 14,500 in Abuja; 18,000 in Kano; 3,900 in Borno; 3,800 in Kaduna; and 10,000 to capital market stakeholders.
The Exchange has displayed remarkable resilience during this pandemic and continues to support the fight against COVID-19 in line with the strategic pillars of its Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (CSR) strategy – community, workplace, marketplace and environment. The Masks For All Nigerians campaign and the attendant mask donation will provide immense support to the Government in reaching communities who have hitherto been left vulnerable. The Exchange also continues to sustain market activity through remote working and trading; promote market deepening activities; create an enabling regulatory environment for stakeholders; and recognise the efforts of public and private sector players in raising awareness, ramping up testing and increasing the capacity of the health sector to slow the spread of COVID-19.