In commemoration of its 45th Anniversary, themed “Shaping the
Future”, Keppel Corporation commits $12 million to National Art Gallery,
Singapore in support of its centre for art education, to be named
Keppel Centre for Art Education
Committed to shaping the future, Keppel Corporation presented, as a
gift to children of Singapore, the commitment of $12 million to National
Art Gallery for its centre for art education, which will be named
Keppel Centre for Art Education.
Has Kep Corp forgot about its own shareholders in commemoration of its 45th Anniversary?
Uncle8888 has just realised that ...
In 2013, its shareholders are rewarded with ....
H2 FY2012, final dividend of cash: $0.27 and dividend in specie: $0.274.
Total of $0.544
H1 FY2013, interim dividend of cash: $0.10 and dividend in specie: $0.108
Total of $0.208
Grand Total of dividends in 2013: $0.752!!!
So, for Uncle8888, it has been translated to Yield on Investment Cost in 2013 for his three positions in Kep Corp as 57.1%, 23.4%, and 6.2% respectively.
Thank you for not forgetting us in celebrating your 45 years!
It is the highest in your dividend history for the year: 2013!
Looking forward to celebrating 50 years and bigger reward waiting for shareholders?
Last updated : 14 Sep 2019
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