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EMG Man Group Plc

-4.80 (-1.94%)
Last Updated: 10:59:02
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Man Group Plc EMG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-4.80 -1.94% 242.20 10:59:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
244.00 241.80 246.20 247.00
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Man EMG Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date

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Posted at 30/5/2024 11:03 by gap down grim
I just love it here, down 14p since the divi was announced, and looking forward to the next dip.

Cheers Grim 🦆🦆🦆
Posted at 26/5/2024 13:37 by cricklewood
Divi reinvested day friday helped to push it up. big sell off in the morning for a double whammy. 🥳
Posted at 14/5/2024 09:05 by triple witcher
I agree Colonel I was going to suggest that as the divi drop skewed the figures, very interesting now it's aligned
Posted at 02/5/2024 08:53 by triple witcher
Thanks for the chart Colonel, momentum is really now building, still holding on my recent EMG acquisitions, looking to fill that gap I feel !
Posted at 10/4/2024 08:49 by cricklewood
Divi hunters buying today, gone again in the morning.
Posted at 08/4/2024 09:17 by cricklewood
The buyback should snap up the ex divi stock on thursday the 11th, barring a greedy directors sell lol.
Posted at 05/4/2024 08:02 by drycod

The buyback will sweep up all those ex divi shares, so it might be a good idea to stay put.
Posted at 04/4/2024 22:52 by the liar director grim
No, we are out at 274p, looking to get back in ex divi date at 258p

The Colonel
Posted at 29/2/2024 08:23 by frontdoor bulls the grim bitch
Robyn Grew, Chief Executive Officer of Man Group, said:

"2023 was a year that defied market expectations as the world grappled with macroeconomic uncertainty and unforeseen geopolitical events. Against that backdrop, I'm pleased to report a solid set of results for Man Group. Our strategies delivered positive relative investment performance of 1.6% and we recorded a net inflow of client capital of $3.0 billion, 4.9% ahead of the industry. Our assets under management ended the year at $167.5 billion, a 17% increase compared with the beginning of the year. These results reflect the quality of the business we have built, including the breadth and depth of our client relationships, and the merits of our diversified product offering.

"We have built trusted partnerships with sophisticated allocators globally, enabling us to gain a deep understanding of their needs and challenges. This contributed to the considerable progress we made during the year, and informed our strategy going forward. Beyond driving investment performance, our priorities are to continue expanding our investment capabilities, to extend our reach with clients across new and existing geographies and market segments, and to leverage our strengths and scale to deliver more customised solutions.

"Man Group has existed for well over 200 years and has done so by continuously innovating and responding to the needs of our clients. Our ambition is to be an indispensable partner to sophisticated investors globally, delivering the investment performance and solutions they need. I have great confidence that our world class talent and technology will allow us to achieve this, to the benefit of our clients and our shareholders."

'Core' measures are alternative performance measures. For a detailed description of our alternative performance measures, including non-core items, please refer to pages 58 to 63. For details of key performance indicators ([KPI]), refer to page 11.

Dividend and share buyback

Man Group's ordinary dividend policy is progressive, taking into account the growth in the firm's overall earnings. The firm first takes into account required capital and potential strategic opportunities and maintains a prudent balance sheet. Our policy is to then distribute available capital to shareholders over time by way of higher dividend payments and/or share repurchases. While the Board considers dividends as the primary method of returning capital to shareholders, it will continue to execute share buybacks when advantageous.

In line with this policy, the Board confirms it will recommend a final dividend of 10.7¢ per share for the financial year ended 31 December 2023, resulting in a total dividend of 16.3¢ per share for the year. This is in addition to the $125 million share buyback programme announced in 2023, and the intention to repurchase a further $50 million of shares. We will fix and announce the US dollar to sterling dividend currency conversion rate on 09 May 2024, in advance of payment.

Dates for the 2023 final dividend

Ex-dividend date

11 April 2024

Record date

12 April 2024

Final election date for Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)1

30 April 2024

Sterling conversion date

09 May 2024

Payment date

22 May 2024
Posted at 18/6/2022 06:13 by frontdoor bull
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