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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Aviva Plc AV. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
12.70 3.18% 411.50 16:29:58
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
400.40 398.80 411.60 411.50 398.80
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Industry Sector
LIFE INSURANCE

Aviva AV. Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
02/03/2022FinalGBX14.731/12/202031/12/202107/04/202208/04/202218/05/202222.05
12/08/2021InterimGBX7.3531/12/202031/12/202126/08/202127/08/202107/10/20210
04/03/2021FinalGBX1431/12/201931/12/202008/04/202109/04/202114/05/202121
26/11/2020InterimGBX731/12/201931/12/202010/12/202011/12/202021/01/20210
06/08/2020InterimGBX631/12/201831/12/201914/08/202015/08/202024/09/202015.5
08/08/2019InterimGBX9.531/12/201831/12/201915/08/201916/08/201926/09/20190
07/03/2019FinalGBX20.7531/12/201731/12/201811/04/201912/04/201930/05/201931
02/08/2018InterimGBX9.2531/12/201731/12/201816/08/201817/08/201824/09/20180
08/03/2018FinalGBX1931/12/201631/12/201705/04/201806/04/201817/05/201827.4
03/08/2017InterimGBX8.431/12/201631/12/201706/10/201707/10/201717/11/20170
09/03/2017FinalGBX15.8831/12/201531/12/201606/04/201707/04/201717/05/201723.3
04/08/2016InterimGBX7.4231/12/201531/12/201606/10/201607/10/201617/11/20160
10/03/2016FinalGBX14.0531/12/201431/12/201507/04/201608/04/201617/05/201620.8
06/08/2015InterimGBX6.7531/12/201431/12/201508/10/201509/10/201517/11/20150
05/03/2015FinalGBX12.2531/12/201331/12/201408/04/201509/04/201515/05/201518.1
07/08/2014InterimGBX5.8531/12/201331/12/201408/10/201410/10/201417/11/20140
06/03/2014FinalGBX9.431/12/201231/12/201302/04/201404/04/201416/05/201415
08/08/2013InterimGBX5.631/12/201231/12/201309/10/201311/10/201315/11/20130
07/03/2013FinalGBX931/12/201131/12/201220/03/201322/03/201317/05/201319
09/08/2012InterimGBX1031/12/201131/12/201219/09/201221/09/201216/11/20120
08/03/2012FinalGBX1631/12/201031/12/201121/03/201223/03/201217/05/201226
04/08/2011InterimGBX1031/12/201031/12/201121/09/201123/09/201117/11/20110
03/03/2011FinalGBX1631/12/200931/12/201023/03/201125/03/201117/05/201125.5
05/08/2010InterimGBX9.531/12/200931/12/201022/09/201024/09/201017/11/20100
04/03/2010FinalGBX1531/12/200831/12/200903/03/201005/03/201017/05/201024
06/08/2009InterimGBX930/12/200830/06/200923/09/200925/09/200917/11/20090
05/03/2009FinalGBX19.9131/12/200731/12/200825/03/200927/03/200919/05/200933
06/11/2008InterimGBX13.0930/12/200730/06/200824/09/200826/09/200817/11/20080
28/02/2008FinalGBX2131/12/200631/12/200726/03/200828/03/200816/05/200833
09/08/2007InterimGBX11.930/12/200630/06/200719/09/200721/09/200716/11/20070
25/02/2007FinalGBX19.1831/12/200531/12/200607/03/200709/03/200717/05/200730
09/08/2006InterimGBX10.8230/12/200530/06/200616/08/200618/08/200617/11/20060
02/03/2006FinalGBX17.4431/12/200431/12/200508/03/200610/03/200617/05/200627.27
11/08/2005InterimGBX9.8330/12/200430/06/200517/08/200519/08/200517/11/20050
04/02/2005FinalGBX1631/12/200331/12/200416/03/200518/03/200517/05/200525.36
04/08/2004InterimGBX9.3630/12/200330/06/200411/08/200413/08/200417/11/20040
25/02/2004FinalGBX15.1531/12/200231/12/200324/03/200426/03/200417/05/200424.15
31/07/2003InterimGBX930/12/200230/06/200324/09/200326/09/200317/11/20030
26/02/2003FinalGBX14.2531/12/200131/12/200226/03/200328/03/200316/05/200323
01/08/2002InterimGBX8.7530/12/200130/06/200225/09/200227/09/200215/11/20020
27/02/2002FinalGBX23.7531/12/200031/12/200127/03/200202/04/200217/05/200238
02/08/2001InterimGBX14.2530/12/200030/06/200126/09/200128/09/200115/11/20010
27/02/2001FinalGBX23.7531/12/199931/12/200028/03/200130/03/200117/05/200138
02/08/2000InterimGBX14.2530/12/199930/06/200025/09/200029/09/200017/11/20000

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
22/5/2022
10:09
1robbob: In the Q1 statement last week The pro forma Solvency Ratio at the end of Q1 was stated as 192% This is 12% ahead of the BoDs target ratio of 180%, any excess over this they have committed to 'return to shareholders' 12% is circa £2.0bn: I would expect the BoD to announce, with the Interim Results, on 10th August a Share Buy-Back Programme of £500m with the likelihood of a further £500m tranche later in the year. The 'indicated' dividend of 31p for 2022 will cost circa £870 Also, there has to be an outside chance of a Special Dividend (one-off) at the end of the year. Every 5p of Special Dividend would cost circa £140m Personally, I expect this style of Capital Return to happen every year for the next several years - Share Buy-Backs and Special Dividends in addition to an ordinary dividend based on 31p in 2022 growing at 5% pa
21/5/2022
16:26
smurfy2001: DanB45, you're going to receive a higher dividend in future despite receiving the capital return. In one of my portfolios l held 15679 pre-consolidation so that's 15679 x 0.2205 = £3457 dividend payment for FY 2021. After consolidation l hold 11916 x 0.31 = £3693 dividend payment for FY 2022. So l deployed some of the capital return to increasing my holding in Aviva to 14500 * 0.31 = £4495. So l have less of a holding but a substantial increase in dividend over FY 2021 and a new investment.
19/5/2022
17:07
dav1j: I had previously arranged with hargreaves lansdown to pay all dividends into my bank-for AVIVA dividends-they had not arrived by midday ,so i telephoned them and they said dividend would not be paid till the tenth of next month, upon pressing them they agreed to pay dividend and consolidation money today, but i had missed the 12 noon cut off so being paid tomorrow-beware of HL erroneous practices
18/5/2022
09:26
typo56: The reason for the consolidation was to maintain much the same share price when going ex-capital return. It was not to increase your dividend income. The total amount of dividend the company pays out is independent of the number of shares in issue. Your percentage stake in the company isn't affected by the consolidation. It therefore follows that the total dividend you receive isn't affected by the consolidation.
17/5/2022
12:18
kenmitch: Pay day was always by the 31st as those who’ve read Aviva updates or checked the dividend data website which I posted here, will have known. This exercise leaves investors no less or no worse off. Aviva are giving a cash payout on the one hand but they’ve reduced our stakes by the same amount. Investors wanting to keep their stakes at the same level as before this fairly pointless exercise, simply need to buy back the shares that Aviva took out of our accounts. Bearing in mind the big dividend increase and likely further increases after that, it means that the starting dividend for any new buys or top ups now gives a yield of nearly 8% and growing a bit more each year after that. So for those keen on dividends it’s well worth considering.
17/5/2022
11:24
bothdavis: When I spoke on the phone to a person at HSDL, I got, 'Well we do have up to ten days to reinvest your dividends'......no doubt getting interest on the funds just sitting there. On the website; We aim to pay dividends as soon as possible, however all payments will be paid within 10 working days of the payment date. For the majority of UK stocks we will credit the dividend to your share dealing account on the dividend payment date, this is provided we have received the payment and related documentation from the registrar. They used to be quite quick but seemed to have badly slipped the past year.
16/5/2022
11:44
typo56: suetballs, I may be wrong but I think TATE was a special dividend, rather than a return of capital effected through a B share scheme. If that's correct then I think I'd just adjust my cost base of the consolidated shares by multiplying the original cost per share by the consolidation ratio of 7/6 and treat the dividend in your usual way. i.e. the overall acquisition cost of your holding hasn't changed. AV. is a return of capital. It's a bit like being forced to sell 24% of your holdings for 423.7p.
14/5/2022
18:22
kenmitch: wadders5 Here’s the dividenddsta website link showing you that the ordinary dividend of 14.7p will be paid on May 19th and the 101.69p return of capital on May 31st. https://dividenddata.co.uk/dividend-payment-date-search.py?searchTerm=Av.
11/5/2022
19:17
jubberjim: I wouldn t have been as crass as those at the AGM but it will not change my opinion Ms Blanc is without integrity and let down countless small dividend investors with her initial actions (withheld declared dividend and cut ) There is and remains a stench which will never go away in my view. The only thing holding this up is the promised dividend? after ex divi will crater My honest opinion
07/4/2022
12:42
1robbob: I got my crystal ball out this morning and mused as to the possible future for AV What we currently know: AB became CEO in July 2020 Earnings and Cash Generation for 2021 were circa 57p per share, after the share consolidation Dividends have been forecast for 2022 and 2023 at 31.5p and 33.0p per share We are given to understand that Cevian are unhappy with the current dividend policy and are looking for 45p per share Here is what the Crystal Ball ‘suggestedR17; ...please this is total guesswork and could be pure fantasy!!! That AB has probably given herself 5 years at the helm of AV, she has many other interests which undoubtedly she would like to devote more time to..... in due course For the next 2 years 2022 and 2023 AV will continue to Buy-Back up to 10% of the equity each year at a cost of circa £1bn per annum – this will save approximately £165m per annum in dividend cost ABs target for Earnings and Cash generation for 2023 is to the order of 70p+ per share When the 2023 Results are announced in March 2024, a revised dividend policy will be announced based on 47.5p per share for 2024....This will appease Cevian and is justifiable as it would be covered circa 1.5x March 2025; AB announces that she will stand down as CEO. Share price at a 6% yield = 790p...Cevian vindicated!! ....Standing ovation Then I woke up
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