Participating dividend

Participating dividend

Dividend received from ownership of participating preferred stock.

Participating Dividend

A dividend from participating preferred stock. Shareholders of participating preferred stock are entitled to a minimum dividend, but the participating dividend may sometimes be higher than the minimum depending upon the company's performance.
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Dividend Miles members will earn a OhitO for each qualifying transaction with a participating Dividend Miles partner.
Dividend Miles members will earn a ahita for each qualifying transaction with a participating Dividend Miles partner.
For each qualifying transaction made by members with a participating Dividend Miles partner they will earn a 'hit'.
We posit that owners of mutual insurers are more likely to rely on participating dividend schedules to limit managerial discretion.
This inexpensive source of monitoring further strengthens the implicit contract created by the issuance of projected, participating dividend schedules.
Award: up to 30 percent bonus Expires: 4/30/2008 Restrictions: Dividend Miles members earn a 20 percent bonus and Preferred Members earn a 30 percent bonus on points to miles conversions and qualifying stays at participating Dividend Miles partner hotels.
Dividend Miles members will earn a "hit" for each qualifying transaction with a participating Dividend Miles partner.
11% participating dividend on its operating earnings thus increasing the amount of PEPL cash flow available for debt service at the SUG corporate level.
11% participating dividend in PEPL's operating earnings.
AGF also announced today that it is proposing to change the name of its Class B Shares from "Class B Non-Voting Preference Shares" to "Class B Non-Voting Shares" in order to clarify that these shares have a participating dividend.
Our financial strength ratings continue to reflect the advantages of our mutual structure, whether it be our focus on participating dividends and product value or our ability to protect the surplus base from extreme economic cycles," says Chris Kelly, Northwestern Mutual vice president and controller.
When the business is managed prudently (careful underwriting of new insurance risks, diligent expense management and a well-diversified investment portfolio) over long periods of time, policyowners can share in the company's success in the form of participating dividends.
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