Dividends/Stock Administrations

Dividend Policies(as of February, 2017)

Marubeni works to implement and maximize corporate value by effectively utilizing internal reserves and building up strong financial base, as well as strengthening existing businesses and advancing on new investing strategies.
The Company applies a basic policy to determine dividends based on the principle of linking dividends to the Company's business results for each term, in order to further clarify its stance on redistribution of profits to our shareholders. The actual dividend is to be determined basically aiming for a consolidated payout ratio of 25% or more.


With respect to the annual dividend per share for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017, the Company has revised the dividend forecast of 19 yen per share and plans to distribute 21 yen (interim dividend-resolved-: 9.50 yen, year-end dividend: 11.50 yen) as the forecast of profit attributable to owners of the parent for the period has been revised upward to 140.0 billion yen.


The forecast and prospects on this page are based upon available information and assumptions as of the announcement date, about uncertain factors which would influence upon future businesses. Actual results might be influenced by various factors in the future.

Cash Dividends(as of February, 2017)

Cash Dividend per Share

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* Fiscal year ended / ending March, 31

Cash Dividend per Share

Fiscal year ended/ending March,31 Cash Dividend per Share
Common Stock Class I Preferred Stock
Yearly (Interim amount inclusive) Interim dividend Yearly (Interim amount inclusive) Interim dividend
2017JPY21.00(plan)JPY9.50--
2016JPY21.00JPY10.50--
2015JPY26.00JPY13.00--
2014JPY25.00JPY12.50--
2013JPY24.00JPY12.00--
2012JPY20.00JPY10.00--
2011JPY12.00JPY5.50--
2010JPY8.50JPY3.50--
2009JPY10.00JPY7.00--
2008JPY13.00JPY6.00--
2007JPY10.00JPY3.50JPY10.00(*)JPY10.00
2006JPY7.00JPY2.00JPY20.00JPY10.00

(*)All of the first series of Class I Preferred Stock has been converted to common stock as of March 19, 2007. Thus there is no year-end payout of dividends for Class I Preferred Stock for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2007 onwards.

Information on Stock Administrations

See below for the contact details regarding stock administrations.

◆Payment of unpaid dividends

Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. and Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
* Payment can be received also at the head office or nationwide branch offices of Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.

◆Issuance of dividend payment statements

Please contact Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. as listed below.

◆For the procedures regarding an address change, the purchase of fractional shares or adding to holdings, the designation of a method for receiving dividends, filing tax returns, inheritance, etc.

[Those with an account at a securities firm]
Please contact the securities firm where you have an account.

[Shareholders without an account at a securities firm (shareholders recorded in a special account)]
Please contact Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. as listed below.
* When filing tax returns, shareholders who have selected methods other than the allocation based on the number of shares method as their preferred method for receiving dividends may use the Dividend Calculation Sheet to be sent at the time of dividend payment. Shareholders who have selected the allocation based on the number of shares method please confirm with your securities firm.

◆Contact

Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd., Stock Transfer Agency Department
Address
2–8–4, Izumi, Suginami–ku, Tokyo, Japan 168–8507
TEL
(Toll Free) 0120–288–324
URL
Stock Transfer Agency Department website
http://www.mizuho-tb.co.jp/corporate/daikou/index.html 

About Special Benefits for Shareholders

We do not have a system of special benefits for shareholders.

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