At least €0.31 per share will be paid out in final dividend
- Iberdrola will distribute among its shareholders at least €0.31 per share as a final dividend, according to the terms of the new edition of the Iberdrola Flexible Remuneration system communicated today by the company to the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).
- This amount is in addition to the gross €0.18 per share already distributed last January as an interim dividend and the €0.005 per share of the participation dividend distributed after the Annual General Meeting.
- Total shareholder remuneration for 2022 amounts to EUR 0.495 gross per share, 10% more than in the previous year.
- Iberdrola thus continues to fulfil its commitment to increase the dividend in line with the evolution of its results.
- Specifically, Iberdrola shareholders have three options: to receive the amount corresponding to their final dividend - EUR 0.31 gross per share - directly in cash; to sell their allocation rights on the market; or to obtain new bonus shares in the group free of charge. These three options are not mutually exclusive and shareholders may choose one of the alternatives or combine them according to their preferences.
5 July 2023
Communication of the number of free allotment rights needed to receive one share and the amount of the gross Final Dividend per share
6 July 2023
Publication of the announcement of the capital increase.
Last day on which shares entitled to participate in the dividend are traded.
7 July 2023
Reference date (ex date) from which -inclusive- the shares are traded without the right to participate in the "Iberdrola Retribución Flexible" system.
Start of the trading period for the free allotment rights.
20 July 2023
End of the trading period for the free allotment rights.
28 July 2023
Payment of the Final Dividend to those who have opted to receive cash through this Flexible Remuneration Option.
31 July 2023
Expected date for the commencement of ordinary trading of the new shares to be issued pursuant to the Capital Increase