Biggest software firm Asseco Poland's AGM passes dividend, share issue.

By bne IntelliNews April 26, 2012
The AGM of CEE's biggest software company Asseco Poland has agreed to earmark PLN 169.9mn from the 2011 profit to dividend, in line with the management's recommendation. Thus, the pay-out will be PLN 2.19 per share vs. PLN 1.80 a year earlier. The dividend day is May 17 and the payment day is Jun 1. At the same time, the Agm agreed for an issue of 5.68-6.10mn series K shares to be offered (at parity of 2.1:1) to shareholders of Asseco Central Europe. Asseco Poland's capital is now divided into 77.57mn shares; it holds 40.07% in Asseco CE and plans to delist this company from the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE). It hopes to float new issue shares by July.

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