Dividends

Temple Bar has an excellent long-term track record of dividend growth, and in 2016 increased its dividend for the 34th consecutive year.  This growth has been achieved despite some years of low dividend growth in the underlying portfolio, notably in 2000 and 2009 when many companies were actually reducing heir dividend.

As a result, Temple Bar Investment Trust has been named by the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) as a Dividend Hero – one of a small number of investment companies to have increased their dividends each year for 20 consecutive years or more.

Dividend Growth

Category Value
1992 13.25p
1993 13.55p
1994 13.95p
1995 14.55p
1996 16.00p
1997 17.60p
1998 19.36p
1999 21.30p
2000 23.43p
2001 24.84p
2002 25.59p
2003 26.23p
2004 27.02p
2005 27.83p
2006 29.23p
2007 30.98p
2008 32.84p
2009 33.50p
2010 34.20p
2011 35.23p
2012 36.65p
2013 37.75p
2014 38.88p
2015 39.66p
2016 40.45p
2017 42.47p
Type Amount Ex-Dividend Payment Date
Final Dividend - March 2018 17.48 09 03 2018 29 03 2018
Quarterly Dividend - December, 2017 8.33 07 12 2017 29 12 2017
Quarterly Dividend - September, 2017 8.33 07 09 2017 29 09 2017
Quarterly Dividend - June, 2017 8.33 08 06 2017 30 06 2017
Annual Dividend - March, 2017 16.28 09 03 2017 31 03 2017
Quarterly Dividend - December, 2016 8.09 08 12 2016 30 12 2016
Quarterly Dividend - September, 2016 8.09 08 09 2016 30 09 2016
Quarterly Dividend - June, 2016 8.09 09 06 2016 30 06 2016
Quarterly Dividend - March, 2016 15.87 10 03 2016 31 03 2016
Quarterly Dividend - December, 2015 7.93 10 12 2015 31 12 2015
Quarterly Dividend - September, 2015 7.93 10 09 2015 30 09 2015
Quarterly Dividend - June, 2015 7.93 11 06 2015 30 06 2015
Annual Dividend - March, 2015 23.33 12 03 2015 31 03 2015
Half Year Dividend - September, 2014 15.55 10 09 2014 30 09 2014
Annual Dividend - March, 2014 22.65 12 03 2014 31 03 2014
Half Year Dividend - September, 2013 15.10 11 09 2013 30 09 2013
Annual Dividend - March, 2013 22.00 13 03 2013 28 03 2013

Past performance should not be taken as a guide to the future and dividend growth is not guaranteed. In addition, the value of your shares in Temple Bar and the income from them can fall as well as rise and you may lose money.

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