Klabin (KLBN11) pays BRL 345 million in dividends still in February
A Klabin (KLBN11) approved the payment of complementary dividends in the amount of R$ 345 million, according to a statement sent to the market this Wednesday (8).
The amount corresponds to R$0.063 per common and preferred shares and R$0.314 per Unit.
The payment of the proceeds, to be imputed to the mandatory minimum dividend, will be made on February 24, 2023. The shares will be traded “ex-dividends” as of February 14, 2023.
Shareholders whose papers are deposited in institutions providing services will have their dividends credited in accordance with procedures adopted by the institutions. The other shareholders will have the credits available according to Itaú.
At the end of last year, the company had already announced the payment of R$ 36 million in dividends — R$ 0.007 per share and R$ 0.033 per Unit. Payment will be made on February 22 of this year.
A little while ago, Klabin reported a net profit of R$ 790 million in the fourth quarter, down 25%.
See Klabin’s statement:
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