Flow Traders released its 2Q17 results, announces interim dividend

28 June 2017

Analyst Call 10 am CET on Wednesday 28 July 2017.
Link webcast (listen only): https://ssl.webinar.nl/flowtradersinvestors/#!/flowtradersinvestors/20170728_1


Preliminary Financial Calendar 2017
Full calendar
Start Silent Period ahead of 3Q17 results
3Q17 results

Dividend policy

Flow Traders plans to pay dividends annually in two instalments, with a target aggregate dividend payout ratio of at least 50% of our net profits realized during the financial year. Proposed interim dividend for FY17 is set at €0.30, implying a dividend pay out ratio of 54%.

Our full Dividend Policy can be found in the Corporate Governance section.

See historic dividend performance

Interim dividend 2017    

Analyst coverage

The following research analysts currently cover Flow Traders:

Firm Analyst
Exane BNP Paribas Gregory Simpson / Arnaud Giblat
ING Rosine van Velzen
Bank de Groof / Petercam Michael Roeg
Credit Suisse Martin Price
Kempen & Co     Bart Horsten
Morgan Stanley Anil Sharma
UBS Michael Werner / Alex Leng
ABN AMRO Ron Heijdenrijk


Stock info

Events 2H17

Flow Traders attends the UBS FinTech conference in New York
Flow Traders' co-CEO Dennis Dijkstra will attend the UBS FinTech conference in New York on 15 September to meet investors.
Flow Traders roadshow 2Q17 to Madrid
Flow Traders will hold a roadshow to Madrid on 22 September
Flow Traders attend BAML 2017 Financials CEO conference
Co-CEO Dennis Dijkstra will attend the BAML 2017 Financials CEO conference
All events

Our corporate governance

At Flow Traders we acknowledge the importance of ensuring integrity and maintaining and enhancing an open and transparent communication with all stakeholders and other parties interested in our company. Here you can find our corporate governance related materials as well as information about our Management and Supervisory Board.

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Major Shareholders

Here you can find an overview of all major shareholders in Flow Traders, as registered with the Dutch regulator AFM.

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