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POLR Polar Capital Holdings Plc

3.00 (0.55%)
30 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Polar Capital Holdings Plc POLR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
3.00 0.55% 552.00 16:35:19
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
537.00 537.00 554.00 552.00 549.00
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Polar Capital POLR Dividends History

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Posted at 29/5/2024 18:15 by melton john
I think it's just the normal trading range for POLR and the trend is still up. 50p profit and some people get nervous, sell and come back later. Goes XDIV in July plus AUM update so some will decide a bird in the hand is better. I'm happy to stay a holder and confident the trend is my friend.

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Posted at 24/5/2024 19:43 by diviincomesearch
Yes, polr big beneficiaries of the AI trend, with the way their tech and ai funds and trusts are positioned. A lot of Nvidia exposure.

Health and insurance funds have done well YTD. U.K. value opps fund flying finally too.

Might mean we see the return of more meaningful performance fees as we pass the high water marks.

Melchior need to stop the rot too
Posted at 24/5/2024 19:06 by mister md
Yup, POLR and LIO outperforming lately.
Posted at 15/4/2024 19:54 by kenmitch
Thanks for the dividend cover prompt Tag57. They show dividend cover in chart 7 on page 13 of the full Results details. It’s not far off being covered BUT more concerning is the slight miss on earnings expectations. If that continues then the dividend could be cut. Since the key reason for thinking of buying was the 10% dividend, I’ll give it a miss.
Posted at 15/4/2024 10:29 by kenmitch
I hold all of them except CLIG ….which I’m very tempted to buy with 10% dividend yield. Good update from POLR greeted by 20% share price gain on the day. Patience will be rewarded with nearly all of these and while we wait for share price recovery the big dividends keep rolling in!
Posted at 11/4/2024 09:19 by brucie5
Blimey. It seems that with Lio and Polr one is well placed to capture the best of the market, while reaping a supersized dividend.
Posted at 23/2/2024 09:34 by galeforce1
Disappointing share price performance here, which maybe anticipates a cut in the current very generous dividend. But the AUM must be rising with the global rise in stocks. Also, POLR have some very useful niches in tech and healthcare. So I think there could be some upside here.
POLR seems to be caught in the market's negative view of the active asset management business generally. The market sees the whole sector as a value trap. M&G is also yielding about 9%.
Posted at 08/2/2024 17:21 by riverman77
Reports that funds in the UK starting to see good inflows now, albeit in US funds not UK funds. This should be good for POLR who are quite US biased. I think there is potential for AUM to increase quite sharply through combination of market movements and inflows. POLR is operationally geared due to largely fixed costs, so earnings could increase rapidly. POLR share price has been known to shoot up quite sharply before, so don't agree with the earlier poster on that point. The dividend will also be easily covered if AUM increases - admittedly this is dependent on market movements, but equity markets tend to increase over time so think it very unlikely AUM won't bounce back before too long.
Posted at 10/1/2024 16:01 by mpage
There have been some queries about the dividend. Yes, it's currently uncovered.

POLR has historically appeared to take a ratchet approach to the dividend - increasing where possible but then holding steady (uncovered) in the hope that prospects improve. Schroder does something similar but operates from a lower payout ratio so it has more room

Polar pays a second interim dividend (rather than a final dividend)so that it does not have to secure shareholders' approval at the AGM. There appears to be plenty of surplus capital on the BS to fund it for this year (slide 24 see below).

The decision on the size of the second interim div will be made by the board in late June 24 based on fees earned, needs for capital and with half an eye on what might happen in the future. This is covered by the FD in the H1 presentation at around 19 mins (slide 25). hxxps://

We may have a better idea after the next AUM update on Friday.
Posted at 24/12/2023 16:59 by pj84
The dividend comes from the income earned from the management fees of the funds (AUM Assets under management).

The dividend for the last full year was an interim of of 14p and a final dividend of 32p making a total dividend of 46p which at the current share price of 460p is a dividend yield of 10%. No dividend is guaranteed but hopefully if markets start to improve I am hopeful it will be maintained.

The following is a link to the interim results presentation which is just under 10 minutes long and there is a bit about the interim dividend just after 4 minutes 50 seconds

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