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Credit Suisse Group AG

Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN) Dividends

Dividend Summary:

The next Credit Suisse Group AG dividend is expected to go ex in 13 days and to be paid in 19 days.
The previous Credit Suisse Group AG dividend was 6.94c and it went ex 5 months ago and it was paid 5 months ago.
There is typically 1 dividend per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 2.3.
Country:
Switzerland
Exchange:
SIX Swiss Exchange
Sector:
Banks
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Status: Paid Forecast
Type: Special Special
Per Share: 6.94c Sign Up Required
Ex-div Date: Thu 07 May 2020 Wed 07 Oct 2020
Pay Date: Mon 11 May 2020 Tue 13 Oct 2020
Your Holding: 100 shares 100 shares
Your Payment: Fr.6.94 Sign Up Required

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Declared and Forecast Credit Suisse Group AG Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Type Amount Currency Status
31 Dec 2006 31 Dec 2006 Interim 46c CHF Paid
31 Dec 2007 31 Dec 2007 Final 224c CHF Paid
31 Dec 2008 31 Dec 2008 Final 250c CHF Paid
31 Dec 2009 31 Dec 2009 Final 10c CHF Paid
31 Dec 2009 31 Dec 2009 Interim 0c CHF Paid
07 May 2010 14 May 2010 Final 200c CHF Paid
06 May 2011 13 May 2011 Final 130c CHF Paid
30 Apr 2013 06 May 2013 Final 10c CHF Paid
30 Apr 2013 13 Jun 2013 Special 65c CHF Paid
13 May 2014 16 May 2014 Final 70c CHF Paid
04 May 2015 21 May 2015 Final 70c CHF Paid
19 May 2016 06 Jun 2016 Final 70c CHF Paid
09 May 2017 24 May 2017 Final 70c CHF Paid
03 May 2019 07 May 2019 Final 26.25c CHF Paid
07 May 2020 11 May 2020 Interim 6.94c CHF Paid
07 May 2020 11 May 2020 Special 6.94c CHF Paid
07 Oct 2020 13 Oct 2020 Special Sign Up Required CHF Forecast
06 May 2021 10 May 2021 Final Sign Up Required CHF Forecast
05 May 2022 09 May 2022 Final Sign Up Required CHF Forecast
04 May 2023 08 May 2023 Final Sign Up Required CHF Forecast
02 May 2024 06 May 2024 Final Sign Up Required CHF Forecast
01 May 2025 05 May 2025 Final Sign Up Required CHF Forecast

How accurate are our Credit Suisse Group AG forecasts?

Prediction Date Dividend Date Forecast Amount Actual Amount Accuracy
15 Feb 2018 03 May 2019 30c 26.25c 93% 😊
15 Jan 2018 03 May 2019 80c 26.25c 49% 😖
15 Jan 2018 03 May 2019 70c 26.25c 54% 😓
30 Nov 2017 03 May 2019 53c 26.25c 66% 😞
10 May 2017 03 May 2019 75c 26.25c 52% 😓
10 May 2017 03 May 2019 75c 26.25c 52% 😓
03 May 2016 03 May 2019 90c 26.25c 45% 😖
03 May 2016 09 May 2017 75c 70c 96% 😃
Average Credit Suisse Group AG Forecast Accuracy 63% 😞

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About Credit Suisse Group AG

Credit Suisse is a global financial services company, offering clients financial advice in all aspects of investment banking, private banking and asset management.

As is the case with most banks globally, Credit Suisse reduced its dividend as a result of the financial crisis, but is now expected to rebuild the dividend over the coming years.

The Annual General Meeting approved a distribution of CHF 0.10 per share in cash out of reserves from capital contributions for the financial year 2012.
In addition, the Annual General Meeting approved the distribution of new shares (stock dividend). The new shares for the stock dividend are paid out of reserves from capital contributions. The stock dividend is distributed to all shareholders as follows: for every share that they own, shareholders will receive a non-tradable right to the receipt of a given number of new shares for free. Following distribution, the rights will automatically be exchanged for new shares at the subscription ratio specified below. The Board of Directors has set the subscription ratio so that the theoretical value of each right will be approximately CHF 0.65. No fractional shares will be distributed. Any fractional shares will be paid at market price.

Fundamentals

Optimized Dividends

Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 224.0c
2007 250.0c 11.6%
2008 10.0c (96.0%)
2009 200.0c 1900.0%
2010 130.0c (35.0%)
2011 0.0c (100.0%)
2012 10.0c 100%
2013 70.0c 600.0%
2014 70.0c 0%
2015 70.0c 0%
2016 70.0c 0%
2017 0.0c (100.0%)
2018 26.25c 100%
2019 6.94c (73.6%)
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
07 May 2010 14 May 2010 2009 Final Annually Paid 200c
06 May 2011 13 May 2011 2010 Final Annually Paid 130c
30 Apr 2013 06 May 2013 2012 Final Annually Paid 10c
30 Apr 2013 13 Jun 2013 2012 Special Irregularly Paid 65c
13 May 2014 16 May 2014 2013 Final Annually Paid 70c
04 May 2015 21 May 2015 2014 Final Annually Paid 70c
19 May 2016 06 Jun 2016 2015 Final Annually Paid 70c
09 May 2017 24 May 2017 2016 Final Annually Paid 70c
03 May 2019 07 May 2019 2018 Final Annually Paid 26.25c
07 May 2020 11 May 2020 2019 Interim Annually Paid 6.94c
07 May 2020 11 May 2020 2019 Special Irregularly Paid 6.94c
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