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Earnings Plan

Earnings Plan for FY2017 and Cash Dividends (As of May 15, 2017)

  • Net Income Attributable to FG*2 is estimated to be JPY 550.0bn, a decrease from FY2016


(JPY bn)
  FY2017 Plan Changes from FY2016
Consolidated Net Business Profits*1 640.0 −23.4
Credit–related Costs −40.0 7.5
Net Gains (Losses) related to Stocks 215.0 −27.1
Ordinary Profits 790.0 52.4
Net Income Attributable to FG*2 550.0 −53.5
  • *1Consolidated Gross Profits – G&A Expenses (excluding Non–Recurring Losses) + Equity in Income from Investments in Affiliates and certain other consolidation adjustments
  • *2Profit Attributable to Owners of Parent

2 Banks

(JPY bn)
  FY2017 Plan Changes from FY2016
Net Business Profits 460.0 −34.3
Credit–related Costs −40.0 9.3
Net Gains (Losses) related to Stocks 165.0 −45.5
Ordinary Profits 545.0 22.1
Net Income 385.0 −3.0

Cash Dividend per Share of Common Stock

  • Annual Cash Dividend per Share of Common Stock for FY2017 is estimated to be JPY 7.5 (unchanged from FY2016)
  • Continue the "steady dividend payout" policy with a "dividend payout ratio on a consolidated basis of approx. 30%" as a guide for our consideration
  FY2017 Plan Changes from FY2016
Annual Cash Dividends (Estimate) JPY 7.5 unchanged

Transition of Cash Dividends

  FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017
Annual Cash Dividends
(Dividend payout ratio)
JPY 7.5
JPY 7.5
JPY 7.5
JPY 7.5

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2 Banks: Aggregate figures for MHBK and MHTB on a non–consolidated basis (Figures of MHBK up to 1Q FY2013 are simple aggregate figures of former MHBK before the merger on Jul. 2013 and former MHCB)