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Dividend Adjustment

A dividend given to a convertible preferred stock holder when he/she exercises the conversion option and exchanges the preferred shares for common shares. A dividend adjustment is designed to compensate a preferred stockholder for any dividends he/she otherwise would have received as a common stockholder. It is a fairly unusual practice.

dividend adjustment

The extra proceeds sent to an investor submitting convertible preferred stock for conversion in order to compensate for dividends accrued but not received since the last date of record for a dividend payment. The dividend adjustment is an unusual practice designed to compensate holders of convertible preferred stock for dividends lost between the time of the last dividend and the time of conversion. Also called adjustment.
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Dubai index extended losses for another session to near its lowest level since November 2016 weighed by weak performance in Dubai Islamic Bank shares due to dividend adjustments.
If the owner's desire 50/50 ownership after the merger and the valuation comes out 60/40, there are several ways to accomplish an equal ownership which might include one party selling excess equipment, a building, salary or dividend adjustments, etc.
Summary: Muscat: The MSM 30 Index witnessed a bearish trend due to effect of dividend adjustments .
1bn) for its SFR stake after dividend adjustments, with a net income from the disposal seen at between NOK5.
Further, the company reconfirmed its dividend policy to pay 30% to 35% of trailing diluted earnings per share, excluding items, with dividend adjustments to be considered in the first quarter of each year.
We develop an empirically tractable dynamic model of discrete dividend policy based on an inter-temporal coarse signaling framework in which dividend adjustments signal only substantial variations in the permanent earnings of the firm.
This equation captures the effects of two distinct short-term dividend adjustments.
Since insurance company managers have more information about the firm's financial condition and future claims than investors, dividend adjustments may contain some of this asymmetric information.
These include use of hedging strategies (considering both the extent of hedge benefit versus heightened counterparty exposure and any basis risk), policyholder dividend adjustments, crediting rate adjustment through experience accounts, use of reinsurance, and unlocking hidden asset valuations.
Mixed trend in GCC GCC markets closed the week on a mixed note with Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman ending in the green while the other markets closed lower, partly due to cash dividend adjustments in some index stocks.
Dividend adjustments in a term trust are expected over time due to continual reinvestment of cash flows into shorter maturity securities as the trust approaches its maturity date.
When interest rates plummeted in the `80s and `90s, dividend adjustments had to be made to protect the fiscal stability of insurers and ensure the value of individual policies.