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 first interim dividend for 2023, together with historic values and payments from 1997 to the present.


Dividend Announcement Payment date Value per share Timetable
First interim 02 May 2023 23 Jun 2023 US$0.10

Timetable information

  • 02 May 2023 Announcement
  • 11 May 2023 Shares quoted ex-dividend in London, Hong Kong, New York and Bermuda
  • 12 May 2023 Record date in London, Hong Kong, New York and Bermuda
  • 08 Jun 2023 Election deadline
  • 12 Jun 2023 Exchange rate determined for payment of dividends in sterling and Hong Kong dollars
  • 23 Jun 2023 Payment date

*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.

#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.

Note: Translated amounts are approximate.

For administrative questions relating to the payment of dividends, please contact the appropriate Registrars, ADR Depository or Paying Agent relating to your HSBC shareholding. Visit the Investor contacts page for details.

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