Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dyson Group LSE:DYS London Ordinary Share GB0002905007 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 16.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:31:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 63.9 -13.5 -36.0 - 5.37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/1/2018
07:37
Finally got my dividend on the 3rd. Thanks for all the information ansc it helped greatly when I was on the phone to Barclays.
v11slr
21/12/2017
19:34
Cheers ansc, Barclays are also late paying a dividend for VED, 7 days to date. They will be receiving a formal complaint letter for each instance after Christmas.
v11slr
21/12/2017
17:56
V11SLR: I have been told three times this week by my broker (HLS) that the reason my account had not been credited with my dividend (£1,800.00) was because they (allegedly) hadn't received the dividend from DYS's brokers and were currently looking into the reason why it hadn't arrived. Knowing that certificate-holding shareholders (sharw, garth) had received their cheques on Monday and not believing HLS's 'fairy-tale', this morning I decided to take the bull by the horns and telephoned W H Ireland (issuers of DYS's dividend). A very understanding young lady receptionist spoke to their dividend department who were able to confirm that ALL dividends were sent out last Friday (15th) as stated in the results announcement; I was also able to obtain a contact name (Lottie Coyle) in the department. Back on the phone to HLS with the news that Ms Coyle was interested in hearing from them so that she could follow-up this missing payment mystery. Low and behold, thirty minutes later I received a message from HLS with the good news that the missing dividend had just turned up and had now been credited to my account! In your shoes, I would get back to Barclays asking them why, in this day of electronic bank transfers, it takes ten days to process dividend payments? Unless, of course, unlike me you're happy for them to hold on to YOUR money!
ansc
19/12/2017
08:36
Morning all. Got my cheques yesterday too. G.
garth
18/12/2017
18:35
Thanks both. When I was speaking to HLS, I had my doubts when they said they hadn't received payment and sharw's reply confirms my suspicions. Will be interested to see how long it takes for them to credit my account.
ansc
18/12/2017
17:08
Mine arrived in the post this morning.
sharw
18/12/2017
17:00
Barclays with their new 'Smart Investor' system say it can take up to 10 days for dividends to get into your account.
v11slr
18/12/2017
16:24
I've just spoken to my broker and, disturbingly, they have not (allegedly) received any dividend as yet even tho' the company stated that it was due to be paid on Friday (15th). Has anyone received theirs yet?
ansc
15/12/2017
21:06
ansc - thanks for that - I didn't know the report was out, let alone that the last trading business had been sold. The latter suggests that when the remaining properties have been sold the company will be wound up, but not until.
sharw
15/12/2017
19:18
I wasn't aware (until a few minutes ago) that the 2017 results had been posted on their website; as usual pretty depressing reading. Did anyone know that Dyson Technical Ceramics has been sold, I certainly didn't. Of main interest to most shareholders will be that a 1.8p dividend was paid today .... I haven't checked my broker's account yet .... but there doesn't appear to be much chance of selling any of the remaining 'investment' properties in the near future. Why don't they put us long suffering shareholders out of our misery by winding the company up so that we can use the capital loss in our next tax return?
ansc
23/11/2017
15:00
Thanks for the reminder, sharw, the old 'grey cells' obviously aren't what they used to be what with my advancing senility! I had naturally assumed that the promised dividend would be classed as a 'final' but as you say, they could get round this by declaring it as an 'interim'. Oh well, bang goes my hopes of seeing these figures at the beginning of December.
ansc
23/11/2017
13:52
Not so - AFAIK a company can proclaim an interim dividend when it likes (providing there are distributable reserves) although a final dividend has to be approved at the AGM. Some companies (BVXP comes to mind) get round this by proclaiming a second interim. A dividend out of the blue was the case of that received 6/8/13 see: http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=1313099&from=3324 when you phoned the company to find out what it was all about! Of course, if the shares are traded other rules come in to allow for xd dates etc.
sharw
23/11/2017
11:50
I eventually (it took a few phone calls, I can understand the company now operating with a skeleton staff but even the skeleton appears unobtainable a lot of the time!) managed to speak with someone at DYS to find out the outcome of the meeting held on the 9th November. He (a 'happy shareholder' himself) was able to confirm that the required resolution was passed but seemed somewhat surprised when I mentioned that the [meeting] circular indicated the results were going to be published next month; as we know, they usually appear in March(ish). So I've checked: 'The Group has progressed further disposals in the financial year to 30 September 2017. Full details of such disposals will be provided in the Company's report and accounts for the year ended 30 September 2017, which are expected to be published in December 2017. Following a detailed review, your Board has already identified that the Company has surplus cash which it wishes to return to Shareholders at the earliest opportunity. Furthermore, your Board plans further disposals, over the medium to long term, of its remaining investment properties, for which additional sums are likely to be deemed surplus to the requirements of the Group, and which your Board would also like to return to Shareholders, as appropriate, in due course. Your Board, in considering how to effect this return of surplus cash to Shareholders, wishes to pay an interim dividend in respect of the surplus proceeds from the sale of the above mentioned assets. The Board anticipates (subject to the approval of the Capital Reduction by the Voting Shareholders and the Court) that the dividend payment will take place by 31 December 2017.' I've always believed, rightly or wrongly, that there usually needs to be at least a three week interval between publishing results and paying any dividend mentioned (perhaps someone could confirm?). If that is the case, the results will need to be published during the first few days of December.
ansc
20/11/2017
19:00
thanks sharw, I will, mainly because they have also messed up on my TPL shares, and they have really really messed up on those. TPL de listed from LSE to a Canadian exchange. III sister co TD Direct managed to sort all their shareholders out 4 or five months ago, and they can trade their stock. I am still waiting to hear back from them as to when they will sort the debacle out so that I cn trade. Sorry for the off topic to everybody else. regards Brad44
brad44
20/11/2017
17:53
Brad44 - thanks for letting us know the outcome. They have at least admitted that they failed on 3 separate occasions on this. This indicates an appalling lack of internal controls. If you feel like taking this further (particularly given the dreadful first reply and the fact that other customers may be involved) then you may report this: https://www.fca.org.uk/contact
sharw
17/11/2017
20:34
guys you have all been really helpful, thank you. im having a real battle with ADVFN regarding TPL as well, but i thank you all for your assistance..see below! Thank you for your secure message dated 15 November 2017 I have further investigated this for you by calling Neville Registrars who are the registrars for your Dyson Stock. I have checked the Dividend dates and I apologise for any confusion but you are entitled to these payments. I genuinely apologise for any inconvenience caused. Should you have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to get in touch again. Our response time to secure message or email is usually 1 working day, although in times of high volumes we may take up to 5 working days.
brad44
15/11/2017
13:42
You can also get company accounts for back years at hTTps://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/00163096
pldazzle
15/11/2017
13:26
Brad44 - I am appalled at the quality of the reply you received although it reinforces my own opinion. To state "the company has not been trading as a public limited company" is utterly false. It's just that its shares are no longer traded on LSE. What also worries me is that I suspect you are not the only iii customer in this position because the company delisted while trading was suspended so there was no chance to get out. Normally if a company announces delisting most people will sell in the market before it happens. I suggest that you reply saying that they are telling you lies - Dyson Group, company number 00163096 is still a PLC and the dividends are recorded on the company's accounts. Will they please contact Neville Registrars, with whom their nominee holding will be recorded and ask whether they were sent those dividends.
sharw
15/11/2017
09:06
ansc thanks for this, yes you are right, i'm going to get out of III they are proving worse than useless on any issues
brad44
15/11/2017
09:00
Brad44 - If they can't find any information on dividends, then it's time you changed broker! Refer them to Dyson's website [hTTp://www.dyson-group.com/], click on the 'Investor Information' icon and they'll find most of the information there.
ansc
15/11/2017
07:40
See the response from III below. looks like i will have to do their job for them Thank you for your secure message dated 11 November 2017 Your stock in Dyson stopped trading from the market back on the 17 July 2009, since then the company has not been trading as a public limited company. I have checked for these dividends you refer too and I am unable to find these dates. Are you sure these dividends payments do not relate to private shareholders within the company? If you could provide me with a link to where you found this information i will be happy to continue to investigate this for you. Alternatively i have provided contact details for the company itself if you wish to check your enititled for any dividends. Dyson Group Plc Totley Works Baslow Road Sheffield S17 3BL Registered No.: 163096 VAT Number: GB 308 5483 51 Tel: +44 (0)114 235 5300 Fax: +44 (0)114 235 5310 Email: enq@dyson-group.com Should you have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to get in touch again. Our response time to secure message or email usually 1 working day, although in times of high volumes we may take up to 5 working days. Yours sincerely Jay Roche Customer Services Executive Interactive Investor.
brad44
11/11/2017
13:09
thank you all very much indeed. i have sent a response back to III expressing my anger and frustration with their incompetence thanks again, i will let you know how i get on with them
brad44
11/11/2017
12:25
Agree with ansc figures: 28/3/12 was on sale of Saffil 6/8/13 was on sale of Builders' Centre 31/3/17 was on sale of properties. Brad44 - from my own experience iii's back office function is very poor. Assuming you have copied and pasted from them "Any dividends you would of received would of been credited" says it all about the quality of the service. You need to secure message them with amount of dividend and date. I wish you luck as when I tried to chase a missing dividend (in a quoted company eventually paid a month late) with them it resulted in this: "I am sorry that we have fallen short of your expectations. I have requested an update from our Dividends team however I have yet to receive a response and resolve the matter within the regulator's (FCA) stated timescale to close dissatisfactions. As per FCA regulations we have until the close of business the following working day to resolve the matter from the point the complaint is raised. As we have failed to do so we are now treating your enquiry as a formal complaint".
sharw
11/11/2017
11:23
That's interesting, I'll have to check if I ever got the 2012 one. My numbers are obviously just for the 2013 and 2017 dividends. 1.6p x 12466 = £199.46
v11slr
11/11/2017
09:07
From my records, dividends received since 2008 (with approx. dates) were: 28/03/2012 - 3.79p/share 06/08/2013 - 0.5p 03/04/2017 - 1.1p
ansc
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