On 28 April 2022, the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Apranga, APB (code 121933274, registered address: Ukmergės str. 362, Vilnius, Lithuania) decided to allocate the Company’s profit for the year 2021 and to pay out EUR 0.50 dividend per share.
Dividends will be paid to the shareholders who at the end of the tenth business day following the day of the Annual General Meeting that adopted a decision on dividend payment, i.e. on 12 May 2022 are shareholders of Apranga, APB.
The Ex-Date or the first day from when on regulated market (i.e. on stock exchange) with settlement period of T+2 acquired shares of Apranga, APB do not entitle to the dividends for the year 2021 is 11 May 2022.
From 24 May 2022 the dividends are paid out in the following order:
to the shareholders, whose Apranga, APB shares are accounted by a financial brokerage company or credit institutions, which provide securities accounting services, the dividend amount, after deduction of Personal or Corporate withholding income tax applicable by the laws of Lithuania, will be transferred to the shareholders’ accounts held with a respective financial brokerage company or credit institution;
to the shareholders, whose Apranga, APB shares on behalf of the Company are accounted by the authorised custodian AB SEB bankas, the dividend amount, after deduction of Personal or Corporate withholding income tax applicable by the laws of Lithuania, will be transferred to the shareholders’ accounts with AB SEB bankas or the accounts (IBAN) with other bank or financial institution as indicated by the shareholders (requests with account indications should be submitted to any branch of SEB bankas).
Dividends paid in 2022 will be taxed as follows:
dividends paid to natural persons–residents of the Republic of Lithuania and natural persons–residents of foreign countries are subject to withholding Personal income tax of 15 per cent;
dividends paid to legal entities of the Republic of Lithuania and legal entities–residents of foreign countries are subject to withholding Corporate income tax of 15 per cent, unless otherwise provided for by the laws.
Residents of the foreign countries, which have concluded agreements on Avoidance of Double Taxation with the Republic of Lithuania, could take advantage of reduced tariffs provided by such agreements by submitting Claim for Reduction or Exemption from the Anticipatory Tax Withheld at Source, form FR0021 (DAS-1). The form should be completed following the law requirements and presented to SEB bankas together with the broker’s confirmation by 19 May 2022.
For additional information on pay-out of the dividends please contact AB SEB bankas by phone +370 5 268 2800.
Apranga Group Chief financial officer
+370 5 2390843