Unilever

Dividend Reinvestment Plan - Exchange ratio



This announcement is for information purposes only. Holders of shares in the share capital of Unilever N.V. (the “Unilever Shares”) (“Shareholders”) can participate in the dividend reinvestment plan ("DRIP") via their own bank or broker. ABN AMRO Corporate Broking ("ABN AMRO CB") only facilitates, with the approval of issuing entities (in this case Unilever N.V.), banks that are admitted institutions to Euroclear, to allow their clients which are Shareholders in Unilever N.V. to participate in DRIP. ABN AMRO CB, in its capacity as facilitator of the dividend reinvestment plan regarding Unilever N.V., does not provide any investment services to shareholders in Unilever N.V. or any other party or person and is not liable towards Shareholders in Unilever N.V. or any other party or person in respect of their enrolment in DRIP. If a shareholder has a question in respect of DRIP, he/she should consult its own advisor or bank.

Further to the announcement dated 19 October 2017 concerning the payment of the Q3 interim dividend for the financial year 2017, ABN AMRO Bank N.V. hereby announces that the reinvestment exchange ratio (the number of dividend rights of shares entitling to the distributed shares) has been fixed at: 

- 160.78 dividend rights for one Depositary Receipt (or at the option of the Members of Euronext Amsterdam 16,078 dividend rights for 100 Depositary Receipts); and
- 160.69 dividend rights for one Ordinary Share (or at the option of the Members of Euronext Amsterdam 16,069 dividend rights for 100 Ordinary Shares).

These exchange ratios correspond to a reinvestment price of EUR 48.9937 per Depositary receipt and EUR 48.9663 per Ordinary Share respectively.

Based on the volume weighted average price of all traded Depositary Receipts at Euronext Amsterdam during 6 December 2017 up to and including 8 December 2017, being EUR 48.8110, 1/160.78 part represents a value of EUR 0.3036 which is approx. 0.3728% less than the net cash dividend of EUR 0.304725 per Depositary Receipt.

Based on the volume weighted average price of all traded Ordinary Shares at Euronext Amsterdam during 6 December 2017 up to and including 8 December 2017, being EUR 48.7817, 1/160.69 part represents a value of EUR 0.3036, which is 0.3768% less than the net cash dividend of EUR 0.304725 per Ordinary Share.

The fraction reference prices will be based on the opening price of the Depository Receipts and Ordinary Shares as per 12 December 2017.

The delivery of the Depository Receipts and Ordinary Shares will be made as of 13 December 2017 through the bank or stockbroker where your shares are administered.

11 December, 2017

Message details

Sub-group Equities
Issuer Unilever
Category Dividend
ISIN NL0000009355
NL0000388619
NL0012650592
NL0012650584
Symbol UNA
UNIA
Securities name Ordinary shares
Publication date December 11 2017