Cash-ins from OPCO dividends

11:37 Sep 6, 2018
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting / balance sheet or other kind of accounting statement entry
English term or phrase: Cash-ins from OPCO dividends
Najbardziej interesuje mnie tłumaczenie 'cash-ins'. OPCO to 'operating companies', czyli spółki w ramach holdingu, które faktycznie coś produkują i generują przychód dla holdingu.
Local time: 21:13

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3wypłaty dywidendy w formie pieniężnej//spieniężenie dywidendy
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.

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cash-ins from opco dividends
wypłaty dywidendy w formie pieniężnej//spieniężenie dywidendy

I thinkg that this is an exercise of an option to receive the divident as cash, perhaps by converting a stock divident into a cash divident.

stock divident dywidenda wypłacana w formie akcji
cash divident dywidenda pieniężna
What is a dividend? A dividend is a share of a company's profits distributed to shareholders, and usually paid quarterly, like a bonus to investors.

In the U.S., most dividends are cash dividends, which are cash payments made on a per-share basis to investors. For instance, if a company pays a dividend of 20 cents per share, an investor with 100 shares would receive $20 in cash. Stock dividends are a percentage increase in the number of shares owned. If an investor owns 100 shares and the company issues a 10 percent stock dividend, that investor will have 110 shares after the dividend.

Stock dividends are thought to be superior to cash dividends as long as they are not accompanied with a cash option. Companies that pay stock dividends are giving their shareholders the choice of keeping their profit or turning it to cash whenever they so desire; with a cash dividend, no other option is given.

Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 15:13
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
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