Total dividend bookyear 2018: € 0.000*

Interim dividend

proposed amount
?
announcement date
ex-coupon date
Aug 10, 2018
payment date
Sep 2, 2018

Total dividend bookyear 2017: € 1.450

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.800
announcement date
May 29, 2018
ex-coupon date
May 31, 2018
payment date
Jun 25, 2018

Source: Annual report 2017

ABN AMRO proposes a final cash dividend of EUR 752 million or EUR 0.80 per share. Together with the interim cash dividend of EUR 611 million, this will bring the total dividend for 2017 to EUR 1,363 million or EUR 1.45 per share, which is equal to a payout ration of 50% of reported net earnings after deduction of AT1 coupon payments and minority interests. In 2016, the payout ration was 45%, with a EUR 0.84 dividend per share, or EUR 790 million, of which EUR 376 million (EUR 0.40 per share) was interim dividend and EUR 414 million (EUR 0.44 per share) was final dividend.

Interim dividend

amount
€ 0.650
announcement date
ex-coupon date
Aug 16, 2017
payment date
Sep 8, 2017

Total dividend bookyear 2016: € 0.840

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.440
announcement date
ex-coupon date
Jun 1, 2017
payment date
Jun 23, 2017

Interim dividend

amount
€ 0.400
announcement date
ex-coupon date
Aug 24, 2016
payment date
Sep 13, 2016

Total dividend bookyear 2015: € 0.440

Final dividend

amount
€ 0.440
announcement date
ex-coupon date
May 20, 2016
payment date
Jun 14, 2016

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Company information

Source: company website, April 2018

ABN AMRO serves retail, private and corporate banking clients with a primary focus on the Netherlands and with selective operations internationally. In the Netherlands, clients are offered a comprehensive and full range of products and services through omni-channel distribution including advanced mobile application and internet banking. Internationally, we are active in areas in which we have substantial expertise.

Dividend policy

Source: company website, April 2018

ABN AMRO’s envisaged annual dividend payout ratio is 45% of the annual reported net profit of 2016. ABN AMRO anticipates an increase in the dividend payout ratio to 50% in 2017 and beyond, while remaining well positioned to meet regulatory requirements.

Dividend payments per depositary receipt and/or share are subject to 15% Dutch dividend withholding tax. The full year dividend needs to be approved by the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting.

Dividend Reinvestment Plan
Holders of depositary receipts representing ordinary shares of ABN AMRO can choose to reinvest the (net) cash dividend via a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (”DRIP”) to buy additional depositary receipts in ABN AMRO. The DRIP is offered by ABN AMRO Corporate Broking. Access to the DRIP will be provided to the holders of depositary receipts through their bank or broker at the request of the depositary receipt holder.

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