IRELAND: C&C Group readies 1m shares for dividend
C&C Group is set to issue just over 1m new shares as part of next year's interim dividend.
The Ireland-based beer and cider company, which owns the Magners brand, confirmed yesterday (6 December) that it has alloted 1.05m ordinary shares with a value of EUR0.01 each. The shares have been alloted in lieu of a cash dividend as set out in C&C's scrip dividend scheme.
The dividend will be paid on 16 December, when C&C expects the shares to commence dealing on both the Irish and London Stock Exchanges.
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