Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 06 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 70
This is only a forecast. Forecast ex-dividend dates are taken from company's website or by using previous ex-dividend dates as a guide. Please confirm ex-dividend date with your broker.

Dividend Star Rating for BENDIGO ADELAIDE BNK(BEN)

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Fundamental Data for BENDIGO ADELAIDE BNK(BEN)

Sector: Banks
Price: $10.15 (delayed)
Year High: $13.39
Year Low: $8.97
Market Capitalisation: $5.075 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $7.7 billion
Earnings per Share: 7.7 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 12.4
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 5.21% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.26

Dividend Payment History for BENDIGO ADELAIDE BNK(BEN)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
02-03-201703-03-201731-03-2017$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$12.007.91%62.49%
06-09-201607-09-201630-09-2016$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$10.059.17%5.76%
01-03-201603-03-201631-03-2016$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$8.3111.19%-21.52%
18-08-201520-08-201530-09-2015$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$12.077.68%10.45%
24-02-201526-02-201531-03-2015$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$12.987.14%32.35%
19-08-201421-08-201430-09-2014$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$12.687.21%33.67%
21-02-201427-02-201431-03-2014$0.31100%$0.13286$0.44286$11.657.60%27.79%
23-08-201329-08-201330-09-2013$0.31100%$0.13286$0.44286$10.728.13%46.36%
21-02-201327-02-201328-03-2013$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$9.848.71%38.74%
23-08-201229-08-201228-09-2012$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$7.9210.82%11.67%
23-02-201201-03-201230-03-2012$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$7.5511.35%1.05%
29-08-201105-09-201130-09-2011$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$8.1710.49%25.20%
28-02-201107-03-201131-03-2011$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$8.4110.19%14.69%
27-08-201002-09-201030-09-2010$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$7.2111.49%19.98%
26-02-201004-03-201031-03-2010$0.28100%$0.12$0.4$8.087.60%62.21%
27-08-200902-09-200930-09-2009$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$6.709.17%-14.85%
26-02-200904-03-200931-03-2009$0.28100%$0.12$0.4$5.3617.32%-21.20%
27-08-200802-09-200830-09-2008$0.37100%$0.15857$0.52857$8.5910.81%-14.32%
25-02-200829-02-200831-03-2008$0.28100%$0.12$0.4$7.6311.61%-13.37%
27-08-200731-08-200728-09-2007$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$11.227.38%33.87%
26-02-200702-03-200730-03-2007$0.24100%$0.10286$0.34286$9.787.89%16.85%
28-08-200601-09-200629-09-2006$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$8.988.27%37.33%
27-02-200603-03-200631-03-2006$0.22100%$0.09429$0.31429$9.667.10%70.44%
29-08-200502-09-200530-09-2005$0.26100%$0.11143$0.37143$6.959.25%20.14%
09-03-200516-03-200531-03-2005$0.19100%$0.08143$0.27143$6.319.51%9.34%
09-09-200415-09-200430-09-2004$0.23100%$0.09857$0.32857$6.2913.63%34.60%
11-03-200417-03-200431-03-2004$0.17100%$0.07286$0.24286$6.2611.52%68.23%
13-10-200317-10-200331-10-2003$0.2100%$0.08571$0.28571$5.428.83%31.37%
07-04-200311-04-200330-04-2003$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$4.599.49%25.64%
04-10-200211-10-200231-10-2002$0.17100%$0.07286$0.24286$4.718.80%53.42%
08-04-200212-04-200230-04-2002$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$4.009.46%34.31%
08-10-200112-10-200131-10-2001$0.145100%$0.06214$0.20714$3.4017.23%46.00%
05-03-200109-03-200130-04-2001$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$3.3221.73%49.68%
12-02-200116-02-200128-02-2001$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$3.1817.52%48.89%
19-10-200025-10-200031-10-2000$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$2.7812.33%4.44%
04-04-200010-04-200028-04-2000$0.105100%$0.045$0.15$2.6512.40%-2.66%
11-10-199915-10-199929-10-1999$0.125100%$0.05357$0.17857$3.0610.74%62.91%
12-04-199916-04-199930-04-1999$0.105100%$0.045$0.15$3.0910.17%89.13%
08-10-199816-10-199830-10-1998$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$2.0814.77%19.36%
06-04-199816-04-199830-04-1998$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$1.8015.08%0.07%
09-10-199717-10-199731-10-1997$0.09100%$0.03857$0.12857$2.006.43%22.33%

Notes:

  • Care should be taken interpreting this chart as all dividend payments for final year may not have been paid.
  • The financial year that the dividend is allocated depends on the payment date of the dividend, not the ex-dividend date.
  • Dividend history has not been adjusted for any capital reconstructions which may have effected dividend entitlement per share.

Dividend News Articles for BENDIGO ADELAIDE BNK(BEN)


Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd share price edges higher despite Moody's downgrade - Motley Fool Australia

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd share price edges higher despite Moody's downgrade
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Although the big four banks have sunk lower today, the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) share price has managed to edge higher. In afternoon trade the regional bank's shares are up around 0.5% to $10.87, despite also being downgraded by ...

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The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd share price has rebounded - Motley Fool Australia

The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd share price has rebounded
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Thankfully for its shareholders, the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) share price has rebounded over the last few days. With its shares ... At the current share price Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's shares provide a trailing fully franked 6.2 ...

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We Banked On It
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Back in January this year, The Montgomery Global Fund's Portfolio Manager, and CIO for Montaka Global Fund, Andy Macken wrote a blog here warning investors about the quality of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's (ASX:BEN) earnings. “So why the 70 per ...

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3 financial stocks better than the big 4 banks - Motley Fool Australia

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3 financial stocks better than the big 4 banks
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The big four banks, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN), Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX: BOQ), Mortgage Choice Limited (ASX: MOC) and MyState Limited (ASX: MYS) are all examples of businesses that rely on the loan market. I'm not sure loans are ...
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Why these 4 ASX shares have sunk lower today - Motley Fool Australia

Why these 4 ASX shares have sunk lower today
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The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) share price has fallen for a second day running, this time by 3% to $10.36. Yesterday ... One increased it by a whopping 33%, while another trades on a grossed up (fully franked) dividend yield of almost 7%.

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Why these 4 ASX shares have started the week deep in the red - Motley Fool Australia

Why these 4 ASX shares have started the week deep in the red
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The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) share price has tumbled 4% to $10.71. Today's decline ... Not only are their dividends growing at a snail's pace, their profits are under pressure too due to the increasing competitive environment. The ...

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S&P/ASX 200 open Tuesday: 7 shares to watch
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Also in focus today will be shares of Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX: BOQ) and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN). Shares in the two regional banks have fallen 7.8% and 6.3%, respectively, over the past five trading days. Meanwhile, investors in ...

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Active Runner in Focus: Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (BEN.AX) - Financial Newsweek

Active Runner in Focus: Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (BEN.AX)
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Another ratio we can look at is the Return on Invested Capital or more commonly referred to as ROIC. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (BEN.AX) has a current ROIC of 3.76. ROIC is calculated by dividing Net Income – Dividends by Total Capital Invested.



Customer focus pays dividends for 'better banking' Bendigo - The Australian

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Customer focus pays dividends for 'better banking' Bendigo
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Speaking to The Australian after data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority confirmed Bendigo Bank's newly-won status as the largest bank in the country outside of the Big Four lenders, Mr Hirst said his lender was already doing much of ...



Why I think it's time to buy the big banks for their fully franked dividends - Motley Fool Australia

Why I think it's time to buy the big banks for their fully franked dividends
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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd's (ASX: BEN) share price crumbled on Monday as investors headed for the exits after the community-based lender posted weaker-than-expected half-year results. Shares in Australia's fifth-largest lender slumped almost 5% as ...

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