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AMP Limited (AMP)

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  • Current price: $5.26
  • Website: www.amp.com.au

AMP is Australia’s largest retail and corporate superannuation provider and one of Australia’s largest fund managers. After demutualising and listing in 1998, an aggressive expansionist strategy was followed by a (somewhat predictable) bout in the corporate emergency ward in 2003. Unimpressive management and the global financial crisis have given AMP shareholders disappointing returns, and we hold concerns as to the acquisition of AXA’s Asia-Pacific assets (completed in early 2011).

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Ex date Pay date Amount (cents) Type Franking Historical Yield  
4 Mar 2013 11 Apr 2013 12.50 Final 65% 4.75%  
3 Sep 2012 12 Oct 2012 12.50 Interim 55% 5.04%  
27 Feb 2012 5 Apr 2012 14.00 Interim 50% 5.51%  
5 Sep 2011 14 Oct 2011 15.00 Interim 30% 5.70%  
28 Feb 2011 8 Apr 2011 15.00 Final 60% 5.70%  
6 Sep 2010 15 Oct 2010 15.00 Interim 60% 5.89%  
23 Feb 2010 14 Apr 2010 16.00 Interim 50% 5.70%  
7 Sep 2009 16 Oct 2009 14.00 Interim 50% 5.70%  
6 Mar 2009 9 Apr 2009 16.00 Final 85% 7.60%  
15 Sep 2008 17 Oct 2008 24.00 Interim 85% 9.13%  
3 Mar 2008 4 Apr 2008 24.00 Final 85% 8.75%  
10 Sep 2007 12 Oct 2007 22.00 Interim 85% 8.17%  
9 Mar 2007 12 Apr 2007 21.00 Interim 85% 7.60%  
25 Sep 2006 24 Oct 2006 19.00 Final 85% 7.03%  
27 Mar 2006 26 Apr 2006 18.00 Interim 75% 6.08%  
26 Sep 2005 25 Oct 2005 14.00 Final 75% 2.66%  
27 Sep 2004 26 Oct 2004 13.00 Interim 75% 4.18%  
29 Mar 2004 27 Apr 2004 9.00 Interim 86% 3.04%  
29 Sep 2003 28 Oct 2003 7.00 Final 15% 5.13%  
31 Mar 2003 28 Apr 2003 20.00 Interim 15% 8.75%  

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