Although Amundi has been paying a dividend to its shareholders for only a few years, it has the advantage of an attractive yield and an amount that increases from year to year, except in 2021. In this page, we propose to learn more about the attractiveness of this dividend with its precise amount, but also its detachment and payment dates, its history and its current yield over the last years.
The current dividend paid by Amundi is €4.10 per share. This amount corresponds of course to the dividend that was paid in 2022 and for the year 2021. This amount has of course already been credited to the shareholders' account in May 2022.
There is also a significant increase in the amount of this dividend compared to the previous year, since in 2021 and for the financial year 2020, Amundi had paid an amount of €2.90 per share to its shareholders.
The dividend payment for Amundi shares is made each year according to the results achieved by the company in the previous year. Thus the dividend paid in 2022 to the shareholders corresponds in reality to the profit calculated for the year 2021. Before being paid to shareholders, the dividend must first be decided by the Board of Directors and then voted on by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting. It is then detached before being paid.
Amundi, like most listed European companies, currently proposes an annual dividend payment schedule. This means that shareholders receive a dividend only once a year, usually in May.
Therefore, the 2022 dividend for the financial year 2021 was ex-dividend on 23 May and paid on 25 May.
The next expected dividend for Amundi shares has not yet been announced by the company at this time. Indeed, it is only after the publication of the company's annual results that the Board of Directors decides on the amount of this dividend.
We are therefore expecting the next publication of the Amundi Group's results for the beginning of 2023, with an announcement of the next dividend to be paid to shareholders in May.
The listed company Amundi has been paying dividends to its shareholders for several years now. The dividend has been paid since 2016 without interruption and every year, despite a slight decrease in its amount in 2021 due to the Covid pandemic. Although we do not have a significant history of the Amundi dividend, we suggest you discover the evolution of its amount from year to year over the last 7 years.
Looking at the history of the last 7 years, we can observe a very fast progression of the Amundi dividend over one year and a fast progression in the medium term. Between 2021 and 2032, Amundi's dividend has indeed increased by 41.38%. Its medium-term evolution, i.e. over the last 5 years, has been 13.26% on average per year. Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to get an idea of the evolution of this dividend in the long term, as the history of the dividend is relatively recent.
To know the profitability of a stock in your portfolio, you should not base yourself on the amount of the dividend, but on its yield. The yield is obtained by dividing the amount of the dividend by the share's market price at the time of issue.
The dividend paid by Amundi in 2022 showed a yield of 8.64%, which is above average for this sector.
In addition to the Amundi share yield, it is also interesting to know the payout ratio of this company. Currently, the payout ratio is 72.42%, which is relatively high. This rate means that the company pays out a large part of its profits to its shareholders and keeps only a small part for investments.
Over the last 7 years, Amundi Group has paid a dividend with an average yield of 4.51%, which is well below its 2022 yield. Here is its detailed history over the last 7 years:
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