Dividends paid

We pursue a long-term strategy of stable dividend growth. Dividends are paid annually on the day following the record date published in the notice of the AGM at which shareholders decide on the proposed dividend amount for the previous fiscal year.


 In the periodTotal dividend payment in EURGross dividend per share in EUR*Ex-dividend dateRecord dateFirst date of divident payment
28th AGM Resolution2021175,024,601.13
19. 7. 202220. 7. 202221. 7. 2022
27th AGM Resolution2020156,895,630.005.0020. 7. 202121. 7. 202122. 7. 2021
26th AGM Resolution2019133,787,938.504.2521. 7. 202022. 7. 202023. 7. 2020
25th AGM Resolution2018101,658,819.20 3.2016. 7. 201917. 7. 201918. 7. 2019
24th AGM Resolution201792,798,071.502.9017. 7. 201818. 7. 201819. 7. 2018
23th AGM Resolution201688,644,468.002.5018. 7. 201719. 7. 201720. 7. 2017
22th AGM Resolution201585,932,525.202.6511. 7. 201612. 7. 20165. 8. 2016
21th AGM Resolution201481,407,692.502.5024. 8. 201525. 8. 201521. 9. 2015
19th AGM Resolution201368,866,240.802.00 7. 7. 20148. 7. 20141. 9. 2014
18th AGM Resolution201253,139,476.461.61 8. 7. 20139. 7. 20132. 9. 2013
17th AGM Resolution2011/1.5010. 7. 201211. 7. 2012 3. 9. 2012
16th AGM Resolution2010/1.4011. 7. 201112. 7. 2011 5. 9. 2011
15th AGM Resolution2009/1.1018. 6. 201021. 6. 201016. 8. 2010
14th AGM Resolution2008/1.056. 7. 20097. 7. 200931. 8. 2009
13th AGM Resolution2007/0.917. 7. 20088. 7. 20081. 9. 2008
12th AGM Resolution2006/0.809. 7. 200710. 7. 20073. 9. 2007
11th AGM Resolution2005/0.68910. 7. 200611. 7. 20064. 9. 2006
10th AGM Resolution2004/0.58421. 6. 200522. 6. 200516. 8. 2005
9th AGM Resolution2003/0.5012. 7. 20045. 7. 200430. 8. 2004
8th AGM Resolution2002/0.4448. 7. 20039. 7. 20032. 9. 2003
7th AGM Resolution2001/0.1304. 7. 20025. 7. 20023. 9. 2002
6th AGM Resolution2000/0.316/22. 6. 200119. 7. 2001
5th AGM Resolution1999/0.260/31. 7. 200026. 8. 2000
4th AGM Resolution1998/0.228/2. 8. 199928. 8. 1999
3rd AGM Resolution1997/0.238/31. 7. 199828. 8. 1998
2nd AGM Resolution1996/0.214/25. 10. 19975. 12. 1997
1st AGM Resolution1993-1995 0.268/9. 6. 199718. 7. 1997
* A 1 : 10 stock split was implemented in September 2007 meaning one share was divided into ten new shares. The values in the euro before its adoption are calculated by applying the Bank of Slovenia’s mid-market exchange rate for the euro as at 31 December of each relevant year.


Information about your account balance is managed by the Central Securities Clearing Corporation (KDD), where you can request an annual account balance statement or an account balance statement showing the balance on a certain date. For more information, visit the Central Securities Clearing Corporation (KDD) website or contact the bank or the brokerage company where you have your brokerage account.

If you want to buy or sell Krka shares, you must have a brokerage account at a bank or a brokerage company that is a member of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (see list of members). When you have opened the account, you can place an order to buy or sell shares.

Ljubljana Stock Exchange Regulations and the Slovenian Companies Act stipulate that the management board of a company must convene an annual general meeting once a year. The AGM notice shall be published at least thirty (30) days before the AGM on the website of the Slovenian business register AJPES. It shall also be published in the company’s printed or electronic newsletter if available at the time of the notice, and on the company’s website. The AGM notice shall also be published in accordance with the law governing the financial instruments market. Any KRKG shareholder can attend the meeting and exercise his or her voting rights, either in person or through an appointed proxy.

Shareholders may attend the Annual General Meeting and exercise their voting rights if they give notice of their attendance and are registered as shareholders in the central securities registry on the cut-off date. Eligibility criteria for attending the meeting and exercising voting rights are specified in the AGM notice.

Shareholders’ voting power depends on their equity share. Each voting share carries one vote. Shareholders can also exercise their voting rights through a dully appointed proxy, a financial institution, or shareholders’ association. Treasury shares have no voting rights.

Heirs must make all arrangements regarding the Krka share transfer at the KDD system member that keeps the account of the deceased person or the heir or directly at the Central Securities Clearing Corporation (KDD). In both cases, the heir must have a brokerage account at the KDD system member. For more information, visit the Central Securities Clearing Corporation (KDD) website.

Natural persons resident in the Republic of Slovenia are liable to pay 25% tax on dividends. The tax is deducted when the dividends are paid out and remitted to the tax office. Natural persons receive net dividends, accounting for 75% of the gross dividend. For more information, visit the website of the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia.

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