Julius Baer Group Ltd

Julius Baer Group Ltd BAER

Dividend Summary

The next Julius Baer Group Ltd dividend is expected to go ex in 11 months and to be paid in 11 months.
The previous Julius Baer Group Ltd dividend was 110c and it went ex 1 month ago and it was paid 1 month ago.
There is typically 1 dividend per year (excluding specials).

Latest Dividends
Summary Previous dividend Next dividend
Status Paid Forecast
Type Special Final
Per share 110c Sign Up Required
Declaration date 02 Feb 2022 (Wed) 01 Feb 2023 (Wed)
Ex-div date 14 Apr 2022 (Thu) 17 Apr 2023 (Mon)
Pay date 20 Apr 2022 (Wed) 19 Apr 2023 (Wed)

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Forecast Accuracy
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Dividend Yield Today
3.1%
The dividend yield is calculated by dividing the annual dividend payment by the prevailing share price
The table below shows the full dividend history for Julius Baer Group Ltd
Status Type Decl. date Ex-div date Pay date Decl. Currency Forecast amount Decl. amount Accuracy
Forecast Final 27 Jan 2027 12 Apr 2027 14 Apr 2027 CHF Sign up
Forecast Special 28 Jan 2026 13 Apr 2026 15 Apr 2026 CHF Sign up
Forecast Final 28 Jan 2026 13 Apr 2026 15 Apr 2026 CHF Sign up
Forecast Special 29 Jan 2025 14 Apr 2025 16 Apr 2025 CHF Sign up
Forecast Final 29 Jan 2025 14 Apr 2025 16 Apr 2025 CHF Sign up
Forecast Special 31 Jan 2024 15 Apr 2024 17 Apr 2024 CHF Sign up
Forecast Final 31 Jan 2024 15 Apr 2024 17 Apr 2024 CHF Sign up
Forecast Special 01 Feb 2023 17 Apr 2023 19 Apr 2023 CHF Sign up
Forecast Final 01 Feb 2023 17 Apr 2023 19 Apr 2023 CHF Sign up
Paid Special 02 Feb 2022 14 Apr 2022 20 Apr 2022 CHF 110c
Paid Final 02 Feb 2022 14 Apr 2022 20 Apr 2022 CHF 150c
Paid Special 01 Feb 2021 16 Apr 2021 20 Apr 2021 CHF 111c
Paid Final 01 Feb 2021 16 Apr 2021 20 Apr 2021 CHF 64c
Paid Special 09 Oct 2020 04 Nov 2020 06 Nov 2020 CHF 37.5c
Paid Final 16 Sep 2020 04 Nov 2020 06 Nov 2020 CHF 37.5c
Paid Special 03 Feb 2020 20 May 2020 25 May 2020 CHF 37.5c
Paid Interim 03 Feb 2020 20 May 2020 25 May 2020 CHF 37.5c
Paid Special 04 Feb 2019 12 Apr 2019 16 Apr 2019 CHF 150c
Paid Final 31 Jan 2018 13 Apr 2018 17 Apr 2018 CHF 140c
Paid Final 10 Feb 2017 18 Apr 2017 20 Apr 2017 CHF 120c
Paid Final 06 Feb 2016 15 Apr 2016 19 Apr 2016 CHF 110c
Paid Final 27 Mar 2015 17 Apr 2015 21 Apr 2015 CHF 100c
Paid Final 08 May 2014 11 Apr 2014 16 Apr 2014 CHF 60c
Paid Final 12 Apr 2013 17 Apr 2013 CHF 60c
Year Amount Change
2006 0.0c
2007 0.0c
0%
2008 0.0c
0%
2009 0.0c
0%
2010 0.0c
0%
2011 0.0c
0%
2012 60.0c
100%
2013 60.0c
0%
2014 100.0c
66.7%
2015 110.0c
10.0%
2016 120.0c
9.1%
2017 140.0c
16.7%
2018 0.0c
-100.0%
2019 75.0c
100%
2020 0.0c
-100.0%
2021 64.0c
100%
2022 Sign Up Required
2023 Sign Up Required
2024 Sign Up Required
2025 Sign Up Required
2026 Sign Up Required
2027 Sign Up Required

Julius Baer Group Ltd Optimized Dividend Chart

The chart below shows the optimized dividends for this security over a rolling 12-month period.
Dividend Yield Today
3.1%
Optimized Yield
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52 Week High
5.2% on 07 March 2022
52 Week Low
0.0% on 02 February 2022
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About Julius Baer Group Ltd

Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd., the renowned Swiss private bank with origins dating back to 1890, is the Group’s largest company and main operating entity. It is complemented by a number of specialised companies essential to providing their international clientele with a full array of state-of-the-art wealth management services.

Julius Baer Group Ltd.’s shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange. They are a member of the Swiss Leader Index (SLI), comprising the 30 largest and most liquid Swiss stocks. At 31 December 2018, the market capitalisation of the Group’s shares was CHF 7,836 billion.

Sector
Banks
Country
Switzerland
Share Price
Fr.47.72 (yesterday's closing price)
Shares in Issue
224 million
Market Cap
Fr.10.7bn
CADI
The Consecutive Annual Dividend Increases - the number of years this company has been increasing its dividends
2
Market Indices
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