Earnings Plan and Cash Dividend Payment (As of Mar 6, 2019)
- Please refer to "Recording of Losses and Revision to Earnings Estimates in Light of Structural Reform (PDF/143KB)" for the FY2018 Net Income Attributable to FG.
Cash Dividend per Share of Common Stock
- Interim cash dividend payment is to be made as planned
- Estimated annual cash dividend payments remain unchanged
|FY2018||Changes from FY2017|
|Interim Cash Dividend Payment||JPY 3.75||unchanged|
|Fiscal Year–end Cash Dividend Payment (Estimate)||JPY 3.75||unchanged|
|Annual Cash Dividends (Estimate)||JPY 7.5||unchanged|
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MHFG is a specified business company under "Cabinet Office Ordinance on Disclosure of Corporate Information, etc." Article 17–15 clause 2 and prepares the interim consolidated financial statements in the second quarter.
2 Banks: Aggregate figures for MHBK and MHTB on a non–consolidated basis