Total dividende exercice 2019: € 0,000*

Dividende intérimaire

montant proposé
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date de l'approbation
août 28, 2019
date ex-coupon
sept. 2, 2019
date du paiement
sept. 6, 2019
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28 August 2019 half-year figures
2 September Ex-dividend (interim dividend) date
3 September Dividend record date
6 September Payment 2019 interim dividend

Total dividende exercice 2018: € 1,740*

Dividende intérimaire

montant
€ 0,650
date de l'approbation
août 29, 2018
date ex-coupon
sept. 3, 2018
date du paiement
sept. 7, 2018
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Interim dividend of € 92 million (€ 0.65 per share)

Interim dividend is equal to 40% of the dividend for the whole of 2017

Dividende final

montant proposé
€ 1,090
date de l'approbation
mai 22, 2019
date ex-coupon
mai 24, 2019
date du paiement
mai 29, 2019
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Management proposes to shareholders a total cash dividend for the full year 2018 of € 245 million, this amounts to € 1.74 per share. This represents a 6.7% increase compared to € 1.63 per share for 2017. Taking into account the paid interim-dividend of € 0.65 per share, the final dividend will amount to € 1.09 per share.

The increase in dividend is supported by a pay-out ratio of 48% of net operating result attributable to shareholders (i.e. net of hybrid costs). The increase in the pay-out ratio from 45% for the prior year reflects management’s confidence in the outlook for 2019. Within the framework of the existing dividend policy, it is management’s intention to offer shareholders a stable to slightly growing dividend.

Following the approval of the Annual General Meeting on 22 May 2019, the final dividend will become payable with effect from 29 May 2019. The a.s.r. stock will trade ex-dividend on 24 May 2019.

Total dividende exercice 2017: € 1,630

Dividende final

montant
€ 1,630
date de l'approbation
mai 31, 2018
date ex-coupon
juin 4, 2018
date du paiement
juin 7, 2018
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Over the financial year 2017, a.s.r. proposes to pay a dividend of € 229.7 million, which represents € 1.63 per share in cash. The proposed dividend per share is based on 141 million shares and takes into account the shares acquired by a.s.r. on 13 June 2017 and 14 September 2017, 6 million shares in total.

Total dividende exercice 2016: € 1,270

Dividende final

montant
€ 1,270
date de l'approbation
date ex-coupon
date du paiement

Total dividende exercice 2015: € 1,130

Dividende final

montant
€ 1,130
date de l'approbation
date ex-coupon
date du paiement

L'histoire des dividendes

événements financiers

Information de l'entreprise

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Source: company website, April 2018

a.s.r. is the Dutch insurance company for all types of insurance. With 3365 employees and a revenue of more than € 4 billion in 2016, a.s.r. is one of the largest insurers in the Netherlands. ​

Politique de dividende

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Source: company website, April 2018

a.s.r. strives to annually pay an interim and final dividend that creates sustainable long-term value for its shareholders. a.s.r. has a dividend policy with a pay-out ratio of the total dividend for any year of 45% to 55% of the net operating result attributable to shareholders (i.e. net of hybrid costs). a.s.r. intends to pay out an interim dividend that is set at 40% of the dividend for the previous year.

To support its ability to pay out the proposed dividend, a.s.r. seeks to maintain a liquidity buffer at the holding company (as at year-end) that is at least equal to or in excess of the dividends paid out in the previous year (representative for one year's dividend) plus the holding costs and interest payments for the one-year period that have not yet been allocated. In addition, a.s.r. aims to ensure that the liquidity buffer during the year is sufficient to cover holding costs and interest payments for at least one year. However, a.s.r. seeks to hold as much capital and liquidity as possible at the level of the regulated legal entities.

a.s.r. aims to operate at a Solvency II ratio above a management threshold level. This management threshold level is currently defined at 160% (standard formula) of the SCR. If and when a.s.r. operates above 160% for a prolonged period and a.s.r. cannot invest this capital in value-creating opportunities, a.s.r. may return capital to shareholders. If a.s.r. elects to return capital, it intends to do so in the form that is most efficient for shareholders at that specific point in time, such as additional dividends or share buy-backs.

When proposing a dividend, a.s.r. will take into account, among other things, its capital position, leverage and liquidity position, regulatory requirements and strategic considerations as well as the expected developments thereof. There is no requirement or assurance that a.s.r. will declare and pay any dividends. In general, a.s.r. would not expect to distribute dividend if the Group level Solvency II ratio falls below 140%.