BSI will pay cash dividends of IDR 855.56 billion on June 20, 2024. What is the value per share?

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – PT Bank Syariah Indonesia Tbk. (BSI) will pay dividend cash on June 20, 2024. How much is it worth per share?

Based on the decision of the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM), BSI will pay a dividend of IDR 18.55 per share.

In total, cash dividends paid out amounted to IDR 855.56 billion or 15 percent of the total net profit for the fiscal year 2023. Meanwhile, 20 percent of the profit was set aside as required reserves and the rest was allocated as retained earnings.

The nominal dividend paid by bank issuers is coded part BRIS has increased 100 percent compared to the financial year 2022. Last year, dividends paid amounted to IDR 9.24 per share. BSI chief executive Hery Gunardi said the increase in the dividend amount to 100 percent indicated that the company's performance in 2023 would be quite solid.

“The company's net profit in 2023 will be IDR 5.7 trillion, and the AGMS stipulates that 15 percent of the company's net profit in 2023 or approximately IDR 855.56 billion will be used as dividends,” Hery said in a official statement, quoted on Friday, June 14, 2024. .


Recipients of this dividend include shareholders such as Bank Mandiri, Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) and Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI). Bank Mandiri has a composition of 51.47 percent, GNI 23.24 percent and BRI 15.38 percent. Meanwhile, the audience has a composition of 9.91 percent.

Cash dividends will be paid to shareholders of the company whose names are included in the register of shareholders or recording date on May 31, 2024 and/or the owner of company shares in the securities account of PT Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia (KSEI) at the close of trading on the Indonesian stock exchange on May 31, 2024.

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