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Proposed dividend of €1.40 per share, a 4 percent increase title per share €3.23, up 163 percent Two Capital Market Days were held during 2010 Share price performance Our share price increased 0.2 pe
Dividend policy AkzoNobel’s dividend policy changed in 2010. Subject to shareholder approval, we want to pay a stable to rising dividend each year, following our expected growth in cash generation. P
Earnings per share title from total operations amounted to €754 million (2009: €285 million), including €90 million attributable to discontinued operations. title from total operations increased from
2011 April 21 Report for the first quarter April 27 Annual General Meeting April 29 Ex-dividend date of 2010 final dividend May 3 Record date of 2010 final dividend May 10 Payment date of 2010 final
Close dialog with the capital markets We attach great value to maintaining an open dialog with the financial community in order to promote transparency. Management gave presentations at a number of i
Credit rating and outlook AkzoNobel is committed to maintaining a strong investment grade rating. Regular review meetings are held between rating agencies and AkzoNobel senior management. See table f
Broad base of international shareholders AkzoNobel, which has a 100 percent free float, has a broad base of international shareholders. An analysis of the shareholder structure carried out in August
AkzoNobel has three classes of shares: common shares, cumulative preferred shares and priority shares. Common shares are traded on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange. Common shares are also traded
In € millions Note 20091 2010 1 Restated to present National Starch as a discontinued operation. Continuing operations Revenue 13,028 14,640 Cost of sales (7,788) (8,672) Gross profit 5,240 5,96
Subscribed share capital The holders of common shares are entitled to receive dividends as declared from time to time and are entitled to one vote per share at the Annual General Meeting of sharehold
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