Dividend history and timetable

Dividends are declared in US dollars but can also be paid in UK pounds sterling, Hong Kong dollars, or a combination of these three currencies, at the shareholder’s request.

Below you can view the proposed timetable for the interim dividend for the 2022 half-year, together with historic values and payments from 1997 to the present.


Dividend Announcement Payment date Value per share Timetable
Interim for 1H22 01 Aug 2022 29 Sep 2022 US$0.09


Timetable information

  • 01 Aug 2022 Announcement
  • 18 Aug 2022 Shares quoted ex-dividend in London, Hong Kong, New York and Bermuda
  • 19 Aug 2022 Record date in London, Hong Kong, New York and Bermuda
  • 15 Sep 2022 Election deadline
  • 20 Sep 2022 Exchange rate determined for payment of dividends in sterling and Hong Kong dollars#
  • 29 Sep 2022 Payment date

#The original date of 19 September 2022 was made a Bank Holiday in the United Kingdom due to the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

*Year-to-date dividend for the current year. Sterling and Hong Kong dollar equivalents for the current year will be shown when all translated dividend amounts for the year are available.

Note: Translated amounts are approximate.

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