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Book-Entry Interests - The shares of Atrium are held via the book-entry settlement system operated by Euroclear Nederland, the common settlement system used in respect of securities traded on Euronext Amsterdam. The Euroclear book-entry settlement system facilitates the settlement of securities transactions through electronic book-entry transfer between its accountholders without the need to use share certificates or written instruments of transfer. Investors in shares of Atrium are therefore holding ownership interests ("Book-Entry Interests") pursuant to the Dutch Securities Giro Act. The possibility to withdraw from the Euroclear book-entry settlement system and to become registered in the company´s register of shareholders is subject to certain conditions and apply only in the event securities are delivered for inclusion in a deposit of a foreign central securities depositary, another intermediary or a foreign custodian. However, investors are able to receive dividends from the company, and (on the basis of a proxy provided by Euroclear Nederland) are entitled to exercise rights relating to those shares such that they will be able to attend and vote at all general meetings of Atrium.

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Atrium distributed a fixed dividend for the first time in the company’s history in November 2009.
The dividend was set at €0.12 per share per year, payable in quarterly installments, resulting in a €0.03 payment in the fourth quarter of 2009. In addition, in December 2009 Atrium paid a €0.50 per share special dividend.

The annual dividend has subsequently been increased every year since, reflecting a compound annual growth rate
of 23% over six years, starting at €0.12 in 2010.

In addition to the annual dividend, in September 2016, Atrium paid a special dividend of €0.14 per share.

For 2017, Atrium’s Board of Directors has approved a dividend at a consistent level of €0.27*, payable quarterly and commencing at the end of March 2017.

All dividend payments made by Atrium since 2009 have been paid as capital repayments.

* Subject to legal and regulatory requirements


  • Reports / Trading updates

    publishing date

  • Annual report 31 December 2016
    22 March 2017
  • Trading update Q1 2017
    17 May 2017
  • Half-year report 30 June 2017
    16 August 2017
  • Trading update Q3 2017
    15 November 2017
  • Annual report 31 December 2017
    13 March 2018
  • Annual General Meetings


  • Annual General Meeting for 2017
    25 April 2017
  • Ex Dividend Date

    Record Date

    Dividend payment date

  • 23 March 2017
    24 March 2017
    31 March 2017
  • 22 June 2017
    23 June 2017
    30 June 2017
  • 21 September 2017
    22 September 2017
    29 September 2017
  • 20 December 2017
    21 December 2017
    28 December 2017
Please find here the Corporate Calendar for 2018 in English and German. The dates included are subject to approval of the Board of Directors and will be amended/ updated if necessary.
Following the company's announcement of 16 November 2016 that the Board approved a change from quarterly reporting to semi-annual reporting
commencing in 2017, the company will continue to publish unaudited trading updates in respect of the first and third quarters.
The dates included are subject to legal and regulatory requirements and will be amended/ updated if necessary.

Click here for the German version of the corporate calendar.




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