Share price

Share Information

Share Capital

The issued share capital of Zytronic plc is 10,161,737 Ordinary shares of 1.0p each.

The figure of 10,161,737 may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in the Company under the FCA’s Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules.

The company’s shares are traded on AIM. The number of shares not in public hands as at 30 June 2024 was 134,839 1.3%.

Significant Shareholders

Significant shareholders as at 30 April 2024 were:

Hargreaves Lansdown PLC 1,323,798 13.03%
Abrdn PLC 1,111,190 10.94%
Henry Spain Investment Services 1,017,942 10.02%
Barclays Bank 544,283 5.36%
Mr J Walter 512,000 5.04%

Dividend Policy and History

The Board has adopted a dividend policy appropriate to the Group’s financial performance. It takes into account the ability to operate and grow the business and the need to manage gearing and retain a prudent level of cash resources within the Group.

The level of dividends paid is shown below;

Dividends related to the year
ended 30 September
2024
p
2023
p
2022
p
2021
p
2020
p
Interim dividends, paid in July, during the
financial year
 –  –
Final dividends, paid in February or March,
following the financial year end
2.2 1.5  –
Total dividend for the financial year 2.2 1.5  –

Financial Calendar

2024

AGM 29 February
2023 Final Dividend
2024 Half-Year End 31 March
2024 Interim Results 14 May
2024 Interim Dividend
2024 Year End 30 September
2024 Preliminary Results December

 

AGM

All shareholders are invited to attend our Annual General Meetings and meet the Non-Executive and Executive Directors.  We welcome these opportunities to report on our performance, answer your questions, and provide a conducted tour of our manufacturing facilities.  The next AGM will be held in 2025.

AGM Information

Final results of Proxy Appointments Received for the AGM held on 9 February 2023

ENQUIRY FORM

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