Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 06 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 163
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: $12.85
Year Low: $8.00
Market Capitalisation: $5.998 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $7.51 billion
Earnings per Share: 7.51 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 14
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 5.21% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.33

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.

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