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Historical figures

Further adjusted data of historical share figures are available on:

 

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Share information

  2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
Share price (€)(*)                      
- maximum 18.212 18.350 25.733 32.824 34.427 28.213 22.440 65.912 76.243 87.212 151.942
- minimum 9.596 12.160 8.785 24.605 25.583 16.227 11.456 21.157 49.212 19.283 40.138
- average 14.635 15.801 13.820 29.509 30.015 22.067 16.520 42.923 63.702 59.078 99.949
- end of period 9.894 15.580 13.701 25.733 26.735 26.961 18.572 21.190 51.093 73.819 46.507
Number of outstanding shares (million)                      
- at period end(1) 2,230 2,226 618 5,970 5,866 5,792 5,789 1,930 19,297.6 16,779.3 13,368.1
- shares cum dividend  2,220 2,216 608 5,873 5,769 5,695 5,693 1,833 18,330.5 18,329.5 13,372.7
of which: savings shares -
0.25 0.25 2.48 2.45 2.42 2.42 2.42 24.2 24.2 21.7
- average(1) 2,229 1,957 611 5,927 5,837 5,791 5,473 1,930 19,101.8 16,637.8 13,204.6
Dividend                      
- total dividends (€ million) 601 726           -   706 697 570 512 (***) 550 550 (**)
- dividend per ordinary share 0.270 0.320           -   0.120 0.120 0.100 0.090 (***) 0.030 0.030 (**)
- dividend per savings share           -             -             -   0.120 1.065 0.100 0.090 (***) 0.045 0.045 (**)

Notes:

(1) The number of shares is net of Treasury shares and includes 9.676 million of shares held under a usufruct contract signed with Mediobanca S.p.A.

(*) Following extraordinary corporate operations, which involve the detachment of rights, stock splitting or grouping, demerger operations and distribution of extraordinary dividends, the price of the shares can fluctuate so much that they are no longer comparable. Thus, the time series hereby published are adjusted accordingly to restore the continuity of historical price series.

(**) 2008 dividend was paid with cash to savings shareholders (€0.025 per share, for a total amount of €0.5 million), and with newly issued shares (so-called "scrip dividend").

(***) As per Banca d'Italia's paper dated 2 March 2012, in keeping with the decision of UniCredit S.p.A.'s Board of Directors and in line with the intention announced to the Shareholders' Meeting in 2012, UniCredit S.p.A. did not pay any dividends with respect to its 2011 financial results.

 

In 2011 the following operations were carried out:

  • the €2.5 billion free capital increase, through the allocation to capital of an equivalent amount transferred from the "Issue-premium reserve";
  • the reverse stock split of ordinary and savings shares based on a ratio of 1 new ordinary or savings share for every 10 existing ordinary or savings shares;
  • the elimination of the per-share nominal value of UniCredit shares.

 

In the first quarter of 2012 the capital increase of €7.5 billion equal to a number of shares issued of 3,859.602.938 was fully subscribed for.

 

Figures relating to the 2013 dividend are shown according to the specific Board of Directors' reports on the distribution to Shareholders.

 

The Shareholders' Meeting of 13 May 2014 approved a scrip dividend scheme under which the holders of ordinary shares and the holders of savings shares will be allocated one new share for every sixty shares held and one new share for every eighty-four shares held, respectively.

The new shares were allocated through a free share capital increase, without prejudice to the shareholders' right to opt for a cash payout (€0.10 for each ordinary and savings share) in lieu of the allocation of the new shares.

 

The Shareholders' Meeting of the 13 May 2015, approved the payment of dividends in the form of a "scrip dividend", with the assignment to shareholders who hold ordinary shares of one new share per fifty shares held, and to holders of savings shares one new share per seventy-two shares held. The assignment of the new shares occurred following a free share-capital increase, without affecting the shareholders' right to request payment of the dividend in cash (€0.12 per ordinary and savings share), in place of assignment of shares.

The Shareholders' Meeting also approved the partial distribution of 2014 and previous year profits, with payment of €0.945 per savings share, as

preferred dividend.

 

The Shareholders' Meeting of the14 April 2016, approved the payment of dividends in the form of a "scrip dividend", with the assignment to shareholders who hold ordinary shares of one new share per twenty-three shares held, and to holders of savings shares one new share per fifty-four shares held. The assignment of the new shares occurred following a free share-capital increase, without affecting the shareholders' right to request payment of the dividend in cash (€0.12 per ordinary and savings share), in place of assignment of shares.

 

In 2017 the following operations were carried out:

  • the reverse stock split of ordinary and savings shares based on a ratio of 1 new ordinary or savings share for every 10 existing ordinary or savings shares;
  • the €13,000 million fully subscribed capital increase, of which €16 million as share capital and €12,984 as share premium, through the issuance of No.1,606,876,817 new ordinary shares.

 

Shareholders' Meeting held on 4 December 2017 resolved mandatory conversion of the existing No.252,489 savings shares into ordinary shares with a conversion ratio of No.3.82 ordinary shares each 1 savings share subject to the conversion, assigning newly issued shares and/or treasury shares and in any case without variation of the share capital value. The conversion became effective at the end of the period for exercising the withdrawal rights on 12 March 2018.

 

The Shareholders' Meeting of 12 April 2018 approved the payment of dividends to the holders of ordinary shares a dividend of €0.32 for each share outstanding and entitled to dividend at payment date, for a maximum amount of €726 million, from allocation of 2017 net profit.

 

The Shareholders' Meeting of 11 April 2019 approved the payment of dividends to the holders of ordinary shares a dividend of €0.27 for each share outstanding and entitled to dividend at payment date, for an amount of €601 million, from allocation of 2018 net profit.

 

 

 

Earnings ratios

                                                       IAS/IFRS

  2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
Shareholders' equity (€ million) 55,841 59,331 39,336 50,087 49,390 46,841 62,784 51,479 64,224 59,689 54,999
Group portion of net profit (loss)      (€ million)
3,892 5,473 (11,790) 1,694 2,008 (13,965) 865 (9,206) 1,323 1,702 4,012
Shareholders' equity per share (€) 25.04 26.65 6.36 8.39 8.42 8.09 10.85 26.67 3.33 3.56 4.11
Price/Book value  0.40 0.58 4.30 0.61 0.63 0.67 0.34 0.16 3.06 4.14 2.37
Earnings per share(1) (€)  1.712 2.794 (1.982) 0.27 0.34 (2.47) 0.15 (5.12) 0.06 0.10 0.30
Payout ratio (%) 15.4 13.3           -   41.7 34.7 -4.1 59.2           -   41.6 32.3 (*)
Dividend yield on average price per ordinary share (%) 1.84 2.03           -   2.04 2.00 2.27 2.73           -   1.55 1.58 (*)

Notes:

(1) For further details refer to Part C - Section 25 Earnings per share.

(*) 2008 dividend was paid with cash to savings shareholders (€0,025 per share, for a total amount of €0.5 million), and with newly issued shares (so-called "scrip dividend").

 

The amounts in the table are "historical figures" and they should be read with reference to each single period.

 

The 2008 Earnings per share (EPS) figure published in the consolidated report as at 31 December 2008 was €0.30 and has been amended to €0.26 due to the increase in the number of shares following the capital increase (IAS33 paragraph 28). From 2009 net profit for the period used to calculate EPS has been reduced for the following amounts related to disbursements, charged to equity, made in connection with the usufruct contract signed with Mediobanca S.p.A. on UniCredit shares supporting the issuance of convertible securities denominated "Cashes": €131 million for 2009, €156 million for 2010, €172 million for 2011, €46 million for 2012, €105 million for 2013, €35 million for 2014, €100 million for 2015, €128 million for 2016, €32 million for 2017 and €93 million for 2018.

 

 

 

Earnings per share

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Updated on 11 April 2019.