Business news from Ukraine


5 January , 2022  

Kernel, one of the largest Ukrainian agrarian groups, will begin paying dividends for FY2021 (July – June) from February 15, payments will be $0.44 per share, which is $0.02 per share more than in FY2020.
According to the company’s statement on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on Tuesday evening, the decision on the payment of dividends and their amount was made by the shareholders at the general meeting held on December 10, 2021, while on January 4, its board of directors determined the payment date.
In total, $36.97 million will be allocated for the payment of dividends.
Kernel’s current share price is PLN 57.1 (2.7% less) over the week, while over the year it increased by 15.7% from PLN 49.35.
As reported, the agricultural holding paid $35.3 million in dividends for FY2020 on January 14, 2021 at the rate of $0.42 per share.
On April 30, 2020, the group of companies paid out $20.5 million in dividends for FY2019 in the amount of $0.25 per share, similar to FY2018.
Kernel is a manufacturer and exporter of sunflower oil, operating in the production, export and domestic sales of sunflower oil, crop production, export of grain crops, provision of services for storage and transshipment of grain at elevators and port terminals.