The Kering share
|Stock market||NYSE Euronext Paris|
|Exchange||Eurolist Compartment A (Large Caps)|
|Introduction date||25/10/1988 on the second market then in the CAC 40 on 9/02/1995|
|Number of shares
|Main shareholders||Artémis (40.9% of share capital as of 12/31/2013)|
|Tickers||ISIN code: FR 0000121485
Reuters code: KER.PA
Bloomberg code : KERFP
14 rue Rouget de Lisle
92862 Issy les Moulineaux Cedex 9
Last update : April 2014
Dividend for financial year 2013
The board of directors of Kering of 20 December 2013 has decided to distribute an interim dividend of €1.50 per share for the financial year 2013. This interim dividend was paid on Friday 24 January 2014. The ex-dividend date was Tuesday 21 January 2014 in the morning. The last trading day with interim dividend rights was Monday 20 January 2014.
At the Annual General Meeting to be held on May 6,2014, the Kering board of directors will propose shareholders to approve a cash payment for the 2013 dividend, corresponding to €3.75 per share.
The ex-date and the date of payment are subject to the shareholder approval at the Annual General Meeting.
To obtain the dividend, you have to hold at least one Kering share the day before the date of payment.
· 8 May 2014: ex-date
· 12 May 2014 (end of day): record date
· 13 May 2014: payment of the dividend
* subject to the approval of the AGM on 6 May 2014
The dividend is the part of the net annual profit which is distributed to the shareholders.
The dividend is automatically paid, without any specific required procedure from the shareholder.
1. For holders of administered registered shares and bearer shares, your financial intermediary will credit your account according to the number of shares you own.
2. For holders of ordinary registered shares, CACEIS will send to you a letter-check or will wire the amount to your bank account on the date the dividend is paid.
Dividend for financial year 2012
A cash dividend of €2.25 per share had been paid on June 20, 2013, in addition to the interim dividend of €1.50 paid on January 24, 2013. On top of the cash dividend, an in-kind dividend had been distributed in the form of Group Fnac shares in the ratio of 1 Groupe Fnac share for every 8 Kering shares.
Gucci is a subsidiary of Kering which holds 100% of its stock shares at 12/31/2013.
Gucci is not listed on the NY stock exchange any longer, since April, 28 2004.
The Euronext Amsterdam shares ceased trading on Euronext on July 1, 2004.
Puma is a subsidiary of Kering which holds 86% of its stock shares at 12/31/2013.
Puma is listed on the Francfort stock exchange market.