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It's a variable-yield security that provides a fraction by which any person (individual or legal entity) participates in the share capital of the issuing company, converting it into a Shareholder and giving it a share in the company's profits. Moreover, shareholders get benefits for the valuation of the stock price in the Stock Exchange. It is called variable income because its profitability depends on the performance of the company and its profits generated, and variations in the price of the property on the stock market.
Common shares receive the economic benefits of the company and have voting rights in the general shareholders’ meeting.
It gives its holder a priority in payment of dividends and/or in case of liquidation of the company, the capital repayment. Preferred shares have economic prerogatives that may be cumulative, according to the statutes. However, preferred shares do not have voting rights, with some exceptions.
It's the part of net profit that is paid periodically on each share at the end of a given fiscal year, which final assessment has been entrusted by law to the general shareholders' meeting.
According to the definition established by the Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, is the time between the date of dividend payment and the 4 trading days immediately preceding the date of the dividend payment. In that period, who buys shares has not right to receive dividends.
In Colombia, trading non-working days are holidays only.
It is a transaction by which a natural or legal person transfers the ownership of their share certificates to another. It can be direct or indirect.
It's the value per share to be set at the time of issuance.
It's the value per share determined by the Bolsa de Valores de Colombia based on supply and demand of the shares.
It is the result of dividing the Bank's equity by the number of outstanding shares.
Dematerialisation: Suppression of the securities paper support.
Dematerialised Share : It's not represented physically by securities. It's represented in a record issued for the entity that provide administration services and custody of shares.
Banco BBVA Colombia registers materialised and dematerialised shares in its company's Shareholders' Book
The yield of a share is obtained by 2 concepts:
-Yield by valuation: The increase of the share value in the stock exchange.
-Yield per dividend: Consist in the distribution of the company's profits between their shareholders.
The yield of a share can not be ensure due to that the investments in shares depend on the results obtained by the company and the behaviour of the share price in the stock exchange, given by supply and demand. However, what we can have into account as a reference are the results of the company in the recent years, growth projection, profitability of the company, the economic and politic environment and another external factors.
The dividend distribution is decreed annually in the General Shareholders' Meeting. The project of distribution of earnings has into account an estimate value of the dividends to distribute and its periodicity of payment. The payment method can be unique (Dividends are required in a specific date), monthly (in the case dividends are distributed monthly), or in a specific date given by the Assembly. The project is taken to the General Shareholders's Meeting to be approbbed or modified.
In case that you don't collect your dividends, these will be at your disposal and these can be collected as soon as you want. However, you should have into account that the time passed between the payment date of the dividends and the date in which you required it will not generate any yield.
You must request it directly from the issuer, either through the BBVA Colombia shareholders' office to the mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or through any of the Bank's branch offices.
You should communicate directly to the shareholders attention office (e-mail: email@example.com, phone: +57 1 312 46 66 Ext. 11111), or you can also present your written inquiry at any of BBVA Colombia's branch offices. Once your identity as the shareholder is checked, you will receive all the information about your shares and accrued dividends receivable.
Regarding the sale of shares, it's worth mentioned that there are two ways for doing it:
1. Through colombian stockbroker societies.
2. Through direct sale to a person or legal entity outside the securities exchange, given that the value of the transaction does not exceed 66.000 UVR's*.
To execute the transaction some documents are required by BBVA's shareholder's office: