We have around 200,000 shareholders in 129 countries and territories. HSBC has a primary share listing on the UK’s London Stock Exchange and branch listings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Bermuda Stock Exchange. Its shares are also listed on Euronext Paris and on the New York Stock Exchange.
HSBC’s financial year is the calendar year up to and including 31 December. Annual Results are usually announced at the end of February or early in March of the following year. Interim Results are usually announced towards the end of July or early in August. Quarterly updates are also provided for the first and third quarters. Shareholders can register to see HSBC’s results presented live via a webcast.
Second interim dividend 2019
HSBC Holdings plc declared a second interim dividend for 2019 of USD0.10 per ordinary share.
Announcement date: 05 Aug 2019
Ex-dividend date: 15 Aug 2019
Payment date: 26 Sep 2019
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Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting is normally held in April each year. Visit our AGM page for details of the event and to download documents from our archive.
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