Deferred Dividend

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Deferred Dividend

A type of whole life insurance in which the policyholder does not receive any dividends the policy earns until a certain time (called the dividend period) has passed. If a policyholder dies during the dividend period, any dividends he/she would have earned are deposited in a fund that pays the dividends of policyholders who survive the period. As with all insurance, one must pay premiums receive any benefits at all.
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Like insurance companies in other developing countries--including the United States in the 19th century and Japan in the mid-20th century--Chinese insurers have found that deferred dividends appeal to the insurance-resistant.
In addition, GulfWest amended the terms of its 9,000 shares of Series E Preferred Stock such that the coupon of 6% per year they bear may be deferred for the next four years and these deferred dividends will be convertible into Common Stock at conversion price of $0.
The cumulative feature requires Premier to pay all deferred dividends prior to declaring any dividends to holders of common stock.
When the tax matters are resolved, Cornerstone plans to resume paying dividends (including deferred dividends, if any) in accordance with its existing dividend policy.
If the deferred dividends are not paid in cash prior to April 2, 2001, the company then will be obligated to pay the deferred dividends in additional shares of Series C Preferred Stock.
2 billion bank holding company, with banking locations in Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland announced that it received approval from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond ("FRB") and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors ("Board of Governors") to pay the regularly scheduled quarterly dividend due May 16, 2011 and the prior two deferred dividends on Premier's Series A Preferred Stock owned by the U.
60) (x) The loss per share reported includes deferred dividends not booked of $1,281,000 for the quarter and $3,906,000 year to date.
It didn't do much for employees when they found their final salary pension scheme shunted on to the new Pension Protection Fund (which has not said whether it will to pick up the tab) and that the deferred dividends on their shares would not be paid.
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Until CPF begins to pay dividends on its trust preferred securities and the deferred dividends are brought current, the ratings on these issues will remain at 'C'.