Dividend Updates

Upcoming Dividends

Security Code Security Name Ex Date Purpose Record Date BC Start Date BC End Date ND Start Date ND End Date Actual Payment Date
531156 ALFAVISION OVERSEAS (INDIA) LTD. 29 Sep 2022 Dividend – Rs. – 0.0500 29 Sep 2022     23 Sep 2022 29 Sep 2022  
512153 M Lakhamsi Industries Ltd 04 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 0.5000 05 Oct 2022     29 Sep 2022 04 Oct 2022  
532268 Accelya Solutions India Ltd 06 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 45.0000 10 Oct 2022 19 Oct 2022      
543235 Angel One Ltd 20 Oct 2022 Interim Dividend 21 Oct 2022          
512237 JAI CORP LTD. 20 Oct 2022 Dividend – Rs. – 0.5000 25 Oct 2022 31 Oct 2022      
543241 Veer Global Infraconstruction Ltd 20 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 0.2000 24 Oct 2022          
540716 ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd 27 Oct 2022 Interim Dividend 28 Oct 2022        

Upcoming Dividends

Security Name Ex Date Purpose Record Date
ALFAVISION OVERSEAS (INDIA) LTD. 29 Sep 2022 Dividend – Rs. – 0.0500 29 Sep 2022
M Lakhamsi Industries Ltd 04 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 0.5000 05 Oct 2022
Accelya Solutions India Ltd 06 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 45.0000
Angel One Ltd 20 Oct 2022 Interim Dividend 21 Oct 2022
JAI CORP LTD. 20 Oct 2022 Dividend – Rs. – 0.5000
Veer Global Infraconstruction Ltd 20 Oct 2022 Final Dividend – Rs. – 0.2000 24 Oct 2022
ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd 27 Oct 2022 Interim Dividend 28 Oct 2022

 

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Dividend History

What is Dividend?

Dividends are the amount in which companies offer their shareholders from their profits or their reserve cash balance. This amount will credit directly to your bank account.

What is Dividend

For example –  If any company declares a dividend of ₹5 and ex-date is 9th may & record date is 10th then if you want the dividend you must buy the share before 9th. That means you need to buy shares of that company on 7/8th or before that.  If you buy shares on the ex-date that is 9th then you will not receive the dividend.  Now you need to hold that shares till the record date that is 10th here. You can sell your stocks on 11. The whole process works on the T+2 settlement process. Here T= The buying date, T1 is the next day or ex-date & T2 is the record date.

What is Dividend

Dividends can be paid anytime in a year. There are 2 types of Dividends. One is called the interim dividend. Another is called the final dividend. Some companies give both & some give just Final Dividends.