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Dividend Basic Policy

Mabuchi's basic policy is to collect funds for research and development and capital investment, which are required for Mabuchi's growth and development, from internal reserves, to maintain financial soundness, and to actively carry out both paying long-term stable dividends and returning Mabuchi's profits such as dividend increase and stock split according to performance.

Standards for Calculating Dividends

The Company's dividend policy is to determine dividends based on a dividend on equity ratio (DOE) of 3.0% to 4.0% by comprehensively considering cash flow, business environment and other factors, in order to further strengthen shareholder returns by realizing long-term stable dividends.

Date of Record (Date of Right Allotment)

It is Mabuchi's basic policy to distribute surpluses twice a year as interim dividend and year-end dividend. The shareholders' meeting and the board of directors determine distribution of the surpluses as the year-end dividend and the interim dividend, respectively.

  • Dates of record for surpluses
    • Interim dividend: June 30
    • Year-end dividend: December 31

Dividend Status

Cash Dividend per Share

Please note the following:

  • This site will not be immediately updated if correction of earnings data and others are announced.
  • Frequency of updates may vary due to changes in earnings report format.

The data used within this site is compiled from the earnings announcements.
In the preparation of the various data shown within this site, we make every effort to ensure its accuracy. But despite our best efforts, the possibility for inaccuracy in the data due to reasons beyond our control exists.
For more detailed earnings information please see the Reference Material.
The data contained within this page is provided by PRONEXUS INC.

Reference: Changes in Standards for Calculating Dividends

Year Ordinary Dividend per Share Standard Value for Calculating Special Dividend
2015 30 yen (*1) 30% of consolidated net income
2014 60 yen 30% of consolidated net income
2007(*2) 60 yen 20% of consolidated net income
2005 60 yen 20% of consolidated net income
2003 50 yen 20% of consolidated net income
1999 50 yen 5% of consolidated net income
  1. We splitted each share of our common stock into two shares on January 1, 2015 and also splitted each share of our common stock into two shares on January 1, 2024. However, the cash dividends per share shown on this page do not reflect the stock split.
  2. [Additional policy] Actual full-year dividend amount shall be based on the above calculation standards and shall not be less than the expected dividend amount announced during the full-year period unless a significant profit warning is issued.