Schroder Real Estate Inv... Dividends - SREI

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust Limited SREI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 50.30 12:02:59
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
50.30 50.10 50.40 50.30
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT & SERVICES

Schroder Real Estate Inv... SREI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
19/07/2021InterimGBX0.6701/12/202031/03/202129/07/202130/07/202113/08/20210
02/06/2021InterimGBX0.6631/03/202031/03/202110/06/202111/06/202125/06/20212.24
15/02/2021InterimGBX0.6231/08/202031/12/202025/02/202126/02/202112/03/20210
17/11/2020InterimGBX0.5830/03/202030/09/202026/11/202027/11/202011/12/20200
20/07/2020InterimGBX0.3801/03/202030/06/202030/07/202031/07/202014/08/20200
17/02/2020InterimGBX0.7731/03/201931/03/202027/02/202028/02/202013/03/20202.07
26/11/2019InterimGBX0.6530/03/201930/09/201905/12/201906/12/201918/12/20190
19/07/2019InterimGBX0.6502/03/201930/06/201901/08/201902/08/201916/08/20190
13/05/2019InterimGBX0.6531/03/201831/03/201923/05/201924/05/201907/06/20192.55
08/02/2019InterimGBX0.6531/08/201831/12/201828/02/201901/03/201915/03/20190
13/11/2018InterimGBX0.6330/03/201830/09/201822/11/201823/11/201805/12/20180
31/07/2018InterimGBX0.6202/03/201830/06/201809/08/201810/08/201831/08/20180
03/05/2018InterimGBX0.6231/03/201731/03/201810/05/201811/05/201831/05/20182.48
07/02/2018InterimGBX0.6231/08/201731/12/201715/02/201816/02/201807/03/20180
08/11/2017InterimGBX0.6230/03/201730/09/201723/11/201724/11/201706/12/20170
19/07/2017InterimGBX0.6202/03/201730/06/201710/08/201711/08/201731/08/20170
26/04/2017InterimGBX0.6231/03/201631/03/201704/05/201705/05/201731/05/20172.48
16/01/2016InterimGBX0.6231/08/201631/12/201611/02/201612/02/201629/02/20160
15/11/2016InterimGBX0.6230/03/201630/09/201624/11/201625/11/201602/12/20160
22/07/2016InterimGBX0.6201/03/201630/06/201611/08/201612/08/201631/08/20160
27/04/2016InterimGBX0.6231/03/201531/03/201605/05/201606/05/201631/05/20162.48
16/11/2015InterimGBX0.6230/03/201530/09/201512/11/201513/11/201530/11/20150
21/07/2015InterimGBX0.6202/03/201530/06/201513/08/201514/08/201528/08/20150
29/04/2015FinalGBX0.6231/03/201431/03/201507/05/201508/05/201528/05/20152.48
28/01/2015InterimGBX0.6231/08/201431/12/201405/02/201506/02/201527/02/20150
17/11/2014InterimGBX0.6230/03/201430/09/201413/11/201414/11/201428/11/20140
21/07/2014InterimGBX0.6202/03/201430/06/201430/07/201401/08/201415/08/20140
01/04/2014FinalGBX0.6231/03/201331/03/201409/04/201411/04/201425/04/20142.48
22/01/2014InterimGBX0.6231/08/201331/12/201305/02/201407/02/201421/02/20140
19/11/2013InterimGBX0.6230/03/201330/09/201306/11/201308/11/201322/11/20130
19/07/2013InterimGBX0.6202/03/201330/06/201307/08/201309/08/201323/08/20130
24/04/2013FinalGBX0.8831/03/201231/03/201301/05/201303/05/201324/05/20133.52
24/01/2013InterimGBX0.8831/08/201231/12/201206/02/201308/02/201322/02/20130
24/10/2012InterimGBX0.8830/05/201230/09/201231/10/201202/11/201216/11/20120
19/07/2012InterimGBX0.8801/03/201230/06/201201/08/201203/08/201217/08/20120
25/04/2012FinalGBX0.8831/03/201131/03/201202/05/201204/05/201218/05/20123.52
25/01/2012InterimGBX0.8831/03/201131/03/201201/02/201203/02/201217/02/20120
21/11/2011InterimGBX0.8831/03/201131/03/201222/10/201124/10/201125/11/20110
22/07/2011InterimGBX0.8831/03/201131/03/201203/08/201105/08/201119/08/20110
28/04/2011FinalGBX0.8831/03/201031/03/201111/05/201113/05/201127/05/20113.52
26/01/2011InterimGBX0.8831/03/201031/03/201102/02/201104/02/201118/02/20110
20/10/2010InterimGBX0.8831/03/201031/03/201103/11/201005/11/201019/11/20100
16/07/2010InterimGBX0.8831/03/201031/03/201104/08/201006/08/201020/08/20100
12/07/2010FinalGBX0.8831/03/200931/03/201026/04/201028/04/201019/05/20103.52
28/01/2010InterimGBX0.8831/03/200931/03/201003/02/201005/02/201019/02/20100
28/09/2009InterimGBX0.8801/10/200931/03/201004/11/200906/11/200920/11/20090
29/04/2009FinalGBX0.8831/03/200831/03/200904/05/200906/05/200920/05/20094.33
28/01/2009InterimGBX0.8831/03/200831/03/200904/02/200906/02/200920/02/20090
29/10/2008InterimGBX0.8831/03/200831/03/200905/11/200807/11/200821/11/20080
11/07/2008InterimGBX1.6931/03/200831/03/200906/08/200808/08/200822/08/20080
03/07/2008FinalGBX1.6931/03/200731/03/200807/05/200809/05/200822/05/20086.75
24/04/2007FinalGBX1.6931/03/200631/03/200702/05/200704/05/200718/05/20076.75
24/01/2007InterimGBX1.6931/03/200631/03/200731/01/200702/02/200718/02/20070
31/10/2006InterimGBX1.6931/03/200631/03/200708/11/200610/11/200624/11/20060
21/06/2006InterimGBX1.6931/03/200631/03/200701/01/197001/01/197001/01/19700
21/06/2006FinalGBX1.6931/03/200531/03/200601/01/197001/01/197026/05/20066.75
24/01/2006InterimGBX1.6931/08/200531/12/200501/02/200603/02/200617/02/20060
24/10/2005InterimGBX1.6930/05/200530/09/200502/11/200504/11/200502/12/20050
19/07/2005InterimGBX1.6902/03/200530/06/200527/07/200529/07/200512/08/20050
09/06/2005FinalGBX031/03/200431/03/200501/01/197001/01/197001/01/19703.38
19/01/2005InterimGBX1.6931/08/200431/12/200426/01/200528/01/200526/02/20050
21/10/2004InterimGBX1.6930/05/200430/09/200427/10/200429/10/200412/11/20040

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
19/7/2021
07:03
spectoacc: A lot to like (I've left off the ESG part). Reckon we'll see NAV increases from all of them: "Highlights · Net asset value (NAV') per share increase of 4.1% and a NAV total return of 5.3% per share based on dividends paid during the quarter. · Further 3% quarterly dividend increase to 0.675 pence per share (pps') for the period 1 April 2021 to 30 June 2021. · The portfolio valuation increased by 2.6% net of capital expenditure over the quarter, driven by the performance of industrial, which represents the largest component of the portfolio by value at 40.2%. · Rent collection levels continue to improve, with 90% of rent due for the quarter ending 30 September 2021 collected as at 16 July 2021, ahead of the equivalent date in the previous quarter. · High levels of earnings enhancing asset management activity across the portfolio, with 14 leasing transactions generating £1.1 million per annum of rental income. These reflected a £400,000 per annum like for like increase compared with the rental income as at 31 March 2021. "
02/6/2021
07:18
spectoacc: Positive enough. (Historic) results also out. "Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust, the actively managed UK- focused REIT, announces an interim dividend of 0.656 pence per share (pps') for the period 1 January 2021 to 31 March 2021. This equates to a further 5% increase compared with the prior quarter's dividend level and reflects continued progress with rent collection and asset management, together with the positive impact of share repurchases and two industrial acquisitions completed in December 2020. The dividend payment will be made on 25 June 2021 to shareholders on the register at the record date of 11 June 2021. The ex-dividend date will be 10 June 2021."
25/5/2021
21:11
fordtin: The December 2020 fact sheet gives an Ex div date of 27 May 2021, but isn't clear about the amount. It might possibly, maybe, could be, the same as the March Div; "Following continued progress with rent collection and discussions with tenants the Board increased the quarterly dividend to 0.65 pps for the period 1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020 to be paid on 12 March 2021. Please note that the Board announced a share buyback on 8 September 2020" I can't find any more recent information, can anyone offer any clarification? Ex Dividend Date 25 February 2021; 27 May 2021; 29 July 2021; 25 November 2021 Dividend Payment Date 12 March 2021; 11 June 2021; 13 August 2021; 10 December 2021 hTTps://www.schroders.com/getfunddocument/?oid=1.9.2489572 =========================================== 15 February 2021 announcement doesn't make it clear either; "Dividend payment The Company announces an interim dividend of 0.625 pps for the period 1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020. This equates to a 9% increase compared with the prior quarter's dividend level and reflects progress with rent collection, asset management, acquisitions and share repurchases. This dividend level is anticipated to be fully covered by recurring net income, with further net income growth potential from asset management and further new investment. The dividend will continue to be reviewed by the Board targeting a sustainable and progressive dividend policy. The dividend payment will be made on 12 March 2021 to shareholders on the register as at 26 February 2021. The ex-dividend date will be 25 February 2021. " The dividend of 0.625 pps will be wholly designated as an interim property income distribution ('PID'). hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/schroder-real-estate-inv-SREI/share-news/Schroder-Real-Estate-NAV-and-Dividend-for-Quarter/84332361
28/4/2021
20:23
kenmitch: One year performance figures, current discounts and dividend yields in order of 1 year performance:- AIRE + 70% 18% and 8% AEWU +65% 5% and 8.5% SERE 58% 22% and 5.1% EPIC +56% 18% and 7.3% PSDL +41% 8% and 2.8% RGL +28% 14% and 7.7% SUPR +14% 12% and 5.2% SREI +10% 25% and 4.8% So SREI has some catching up to do. I hold all of these except PSDL (tempted as recent Berlin rent Court decision removes the main negative but charges too high) and SUPR (that 12% premium along with regular issuing of new shares and less upside than the others make it a no for now). The bombed out prices a few months ago were a great buy opportunity. SREI at last on the move!
27/4/2021
15:05
kenmitch: I agree with both replies and buying at inflated prices (along with wasting it on rubbish choices) is worse use of spare cash than buying back. It’s very likely there will be much better buying opportunities ahead for the likes of SREI. Question is how soon? It could be a good while yet. That’s a reason there’s this clamour from some for buybacks. They want to see cash put to use NOW. Too much cash on the balance sheet is seem as inefficient too. The ideal (far easier said than done) is very profitable use of cash when there are tempting bargains. That’s far better imo than artificial means of lifting REIT and other share prices. Investors can be too impatient. I look to buy after big dips and when dividends are therefore sometimes very big. Others look for quick in and out profitable trades and coincidentally perhaps, they are often the ones pestering for buybacks. So buying AEWU, AIRE, EPIC, SERE and now belatedly SREI (along with NRR) near or luckily at their lows last year has worked a treat, with capital gain up to 40% and dividend as high as 13% (for AEWU). The dividends alone make them worth holding, and if we need to be patient, just as SREI and others need to be patient before deploying cash, then so be it.
14/4/2021
14:33
skyship: frazboy - this from the Feb'20 RNS when they announced a major increase in the qtly divi: "The unaudited quarterly NAV as at 31 December 2019 was GBP321.4 million or 62.0 pence per share ('pps'). During the quarter the Company completed a major refinancing that incurred costs of GBP27.2 million. The refinancing generated an immediate interest saving of GBP2.5 million per annum that will be paid to shareholders as an annualised 19% dividend increase to 0.7715 pps with effect from the forthcoming dividend to be paid on 13 March 2020." So a return to the 0.75p level x 4 for a 3.00p dividend has to be a possibility - a prospective level for 2022 perhaps - all being reasonable on the Covid front of course. A 3.0p dividend would provide a 7.4% yield at the current 40.5p
08/4/2021
19:55
kenmitch: Very pleased with 25% dividend increase from EPIC today, and it’s paid monthly. afaiaa EPIC haven’t bought back any of their shares over the last year. SREI (buying back nearly every day) remains the weakest performer of the Investment Trusts Reits I hold and they pay bigger dividends, although the 9% increase in the SREI dividend was welcome. AEWU and EPIC both pay 10% dividends at my buy prices. The sector still looks too cheap, and perhaps SREI especially so?
07/4/2021
13:38
spectoacc: Can't agree that EPIC and SREI are similar or would fit well together. SREI are about 11% in Retail Warehouse; EPIC are 60%. SREI fairly well spread, with 37% in Industrial. EPIC 0% Industrial. (26% offices, to SREI's 35%, as near as the two come). Most of the smaller REITs (still not that small, all below are well over £100m) are different to each other, in geography (generally whether they target London/South East or not), sectors, or weightings. Be interesting to find the most similar - outside of the warehouse/industrial lot. Can't think anyone else has eg RGL's offices weighting, nor EPIC's Retail Parks, nor BCPT's London retail (mainly St Christopher's Place). SREI & BREI? Similar EPICs too ;) SLI? You'd struggle to put eg UKCM or PCTN with anyone else due to the tighter discounts. Edit - SLI more industrial than I remembered - nearly 64% - with 43% offices, 15% retail [SLI's %'s add up to 132% due to gearing; "Other Commercial" another c.10%]. Edit #2 - mkt caps (mostly yesterday's): SLI £245m BREI £178m SREI £200m EPIC £148m BCPT £570m RGL £333m PCTN £484m UKCM £949m My guess is, few Boards (or managers) would be eager to get off the gravy train. Which doesn't rule out takeovers, but might make voluntary mergers unlikely..
01/4/2021
17:22
kenmitch: SpectoAcc Where would share price be without the buybacks? Probably about the same as what it is now. I hold SREI, SERE, EPIC and AEWU and all are flat lining at present. SREI buybacks have probably made no difference to the share price, and SREI is the weakest performer of the four from my buy prices. All 4 have done well but SREI gain is the smallest. I’m a fan of Skyship’s excellent posts but I‘ve never shared his enthusiasm for buybacks. Spend spare cash to invest wisely is better imo than resorting to artificial ways to try, and often fail, to give the share price a lift. Buybacks do increase NAV but at considerable expense and the problem is a higher NAV does not always mean the discount will narrow. Sometimes it widens despite the buybacks. Or it narrows while they are buying back and then can widen again when they stop.
30/3/2021
17:14
frazboy: "The Company announces an interim dividend of 0.625 pps for the period 1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020. This equates to a 9% increase compared with the prior quarter’s dividend level and reflects progress with rent collection, asset management, acquisitions and share repurchases. This dividend level is anticipated to be fully covered by recurring net income, with further net income growth potential from asset management and further new investment. The dividend will continue to be reviewed by the Board targeting a sustainable and progressive dividend policy"
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