Ienergizer Dividends - IBPO

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ienergizer Limited IBPO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 268.00 14:59:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
268.00
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Ienergizer IBPO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
24/06/2021FinalGBX8.431/03/202031/03/202101/07/202102/07/202131/07/202114.12
04/01/2021SpecialGBX49.430/03/202030/09/202014/01/202115/01/202105/02/20210
12/11/2020InterimGBX5.7230/03/202030/09/202026/11/202027/11/202018/12/20200
25/06/2020FinalGBX8.431/03/201931/03/202002/07/202003/07/202031/07/202013.6
20/11/2019InterimGBX5.230/03/201930/09/201921/11/201922/11/201920/12/20190
15/08/2012FinalGBX831/03/201131/03/201222/08/201224/08/201207/09/20128
12/07/2011SpecialGBX5.631/03/201031/03/201120/07/201122/07/201119/08/20115.6

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
09/7/2021
14:39
ihuntley: I can't understand why there is never any news and the price dives. Is very peculiar. I have many other investments which always have news. Do we know why this is with IBPO?
29/6/2021
20:56
alotto: Hi Tizio, I meant in terms of other share holders to have a saying on the company's matter, such as voting to nominate the CEO, The major share holder could potentially arbitrary delist the company from the stock exchange etc. What I'm asking is if in your view it is healthy for a company to have the CEO holding the majority of the company shares. Which it happens to be the case for IBPO.
24/6/2021
12:43
johndoe23: Considering covid disruption, yes. Revenue, profit, divi and margins all up, new customers gained. Nice final divi 8.4p ex div next Thursday.
18/2/2021
21:44
primarch1: I like this and have watched it for sometime,the recent pullback has me looking more closely.however I'm bemused as to why they would borrow money to pay such a high dividend seems too cavalier for a growth company,maybe others feel the same hence the share price weakness.
18/2/2021
18:30
tole: Agree.. that volume hopefully signifies that the seller has finally cleared. Stock has dropped a fair way after the payment of the special dividend so I've taken an initial position fwiw.
17/2/2021
22:04
mcbabs: I'm not certain but maybe way to get cash out instead of reducing their shares. Maybe they think the price will perform well in the future. Only a thought, if there was something up I would have thought he would be liquidating some of his large position not paying dividend instead? I would be more worried if he had small stake in business.
17/2/2021
19:13
pyemckay: explain why they would borrow £150m then pay £100m as a dividend. It doesnt make sense to me. It stinks if you think about it.
17/2/2021
09:54
pyemckay: Think about what has happened recently The company raises £150m, the company pays out £100m in dividends. Look who owns 82% of the company? They just got an £82m dividend. Its not rocket science.
19/1/2021
10:50
wobblywilbur: They refer in recent RNS' to maintaining their dividend policy going forward. That said, I expect a final dividend to be declared on their full year results release (c.June 2021). The final divi last year was 8.4p. I believe the special divi was very much a one-off and as they have raised debt to pay it, I can't think this will be repeated any time soon!
04/1/2021
21:55
tizo100: iEnergizer Limited New Debt FacilitySource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMIBPORNS Number : 0639KiEnergizer Limited30 December 202030 December 2020iEnergizer Limited("iEnergizer", the "Company" or the "Group")New Debt FacilityiEnergizer is pleased to announce that it has entered into a credit agreement for a new 5-year senior secured term loan facility (the "Facility") for an aggregate amount of USD$165m, including a USD$15m revolving credit facility.The Facility has been secured on significantly more attractive commercial terms and rates of 3.75 per cent plus LIBOR, compared to the existing debt facility, which it is replacing and had a minimum 7.00 per cent interest rate. The Group remains highly cash generative, with a strong balance sheet, and the new facility does not restrict Dividend payments, subject to maintenance of facility covenants. Accordingly, the Board intends to maintain its existing dividend policy going forward.The Facility is intended to increase debt use within the capital structure with existing facilities having been substantially repaid. The Board intends to utilise the additional financing now available to return cash to shareholders. A further announcement on a return of cash to shareholders will be made in due course.The Board is also pleased to note that iEnergizer is now a member of FTSE AIM 100.
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