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English translation: Dividend in kind

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German term or phrase:Sachdividende
English translation:Dividend in kind
Entered by: Ralf Lemster
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07:10 Jan 3, 2002
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German term or phrase: Sachdividend
Is it simply 'dividend' or something else?
Poornima Iyengar
Local time: 00:38
dividend in kind
Explanation:
Sachdividende f
(Fin) dividend in kind
– asset
– commodity
– property . . . dividend
(opp, Bardividende = cash dividend)
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5dividend in kind
Ralf Lemster
4divident in kind, object divident
Kathi Stock
4dividend in kind
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dividend in kind


Explanation:
Sachdividende f
(Fin) dividend in kind
– asset
– commodity
– property . . . dividend
(opp, Bardividende = cash dividend)

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divident in kind, object divident


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dividend in kind


Explanation:
Alternatively: non-cash dividend

"Sachdividende" refers to a non-cash dividend distribution, usually in the form of additional shares or subscription rights. In certain cases, a dividend in kind may involve the distribution of a shareholding (looking at your previous question, this seems to be the case here).

IOW, you can't call it "just" a dividend.

HTH - best regards, Ralf


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Jul 7, 2011 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
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