Acron faces problems with dividend payments

Acron Group was able to pay its shareholders only 65% ​​of the previously planned interim dividends: they received only 5.8 billion rubles instead of the planned 8.8 billion rubles.

In February, the Board of Directors of Acron Group recommended the payment of interim dividends of 240 rubles per share from retained earnings of previous years.

As reasons for the incomplete fulfillment of obligations, the Acron Group stated the lack of accurate addresses or bank details of shareholders and temporary economic measures taken by the Russian government to ensure financial stability in the country.

The major shareholder of Acron Group is Vyacheslav Kantor, who fell under sanctions imposed by the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Source: Interfax

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