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Dividend

We aim to mid to long-term increase in the stock price and pay dividends consistently.

Dividend Policy

CyberAgent considers the return of earnings to shareholders to be a top management priority. Our basic policy is to improve the stock price over the mid to long-term by growing the business and improving capital efficiency while continuing to provide dividends. The company is currently investing to internet TV station “AbemaTV” aims at developing a new business pillar over the medium to long-term. The new management index “DOE* 5% or more”as a guidance is set to reciprocate shareholders’ support during the investment period.

  • *DOE:Dividend on Equity(ROE×Dividend payout ratio)
  • **Dividend of FY2017:We plan to discuss a surplus disposal plan at the annual General meeting of Shareholders to be held in December 2017.
  • ***To celebrate the market shift to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, commemorative dividend was conducted in FY2014.

Year-end Dividend

The company rose the FY2017 year-end dividend of 25 yen to 32 yen to achieve DOE 5% or more which is set as a management guidance.

Fiscal Year Dividend per Share
FY2018 (Estimated) 32 yen
FY2017 32 yen *
FY2016 25 yen
  • *Dividend of FY2017:We plan to discuss a surplus disposal plan at the annual General meeting of Shareholders to be held in december 2017.

Dividend History and Forecast

  • *Commemorative dividend:To celebrate the market shift to the Tokyo Stock Exchange,commemorative dividend was conducted.

Share Buyback and Cancellation

We had implemented four share buybacks and cancellation in the past.

  • *Stock price reflects all stock splits in the past. (The share trading unit was changed to 100 shares in October 1, 2013.)
Transaction Period Purchase Method Amount
to Purchase in the open market 4.99 billion yen
to Purchase in the open market 1.99 billion yen
to Purchase in the open market 0.99 billion yen
to Purchase in the open market 1.5 billion yen

Stock Split History

Record Date Stock Split Rate    Number of Stocks After Stock Split
(1 share when stock offering)
2 for 1 25,600 shares
100 for 1     12,800 shares
2 for 1 128 shares
2 for 1 64 shares
2 for 1 32 shares
2 for 1 16 shares
2 for 1 8 shares
4 for 1 4 shares