Heart Tam Duc Hospital pays third dividend of 2020 at rate of 14%

(ĐTCK) On May 14, Tam Duc Heart Hospital Joint Stock Company (stock code TTD – UPCoM) will close the list of third cash dividend payment of 2020.

Heart Tam Duc Hospital pays third dividend of 2020 at rate of 14%

Accordingly, the Company will pay dividends at the rate of 14% (equivalent to one share, to receive VND 1,400). May 13 is ex-right date. Expected execution time is on May 24.

With more than 15.55 million shares outstanding, the company will have to spend more than 21.77 billion for this dividend payment. Previously, the enterprise paid the first dividend in August 2020 with the rate of 6% and the second phase in January 2021 with the rate of 8%. Thus, in 2020 the Company pays dividends with a total of 28%.


Regarding the business situation, in 2020 of Heart Tam Duc Hospital, net revenue reached 573.5 billion VND, down 13.6% compared to 2019 and exceeding 19.5% of the year plan. Profit after tax reached VND 53.3 billion, down 31% from the previous year and exceeded 24% of the year plan.

Total assets by the end of the year reached VND 304.37 billion, a slight increase compared to the beginning of the year. The liabilities are approximately 58 billion dong, all of them are short-term debts. Undistributed EAT is 71.5 billion dong.

In 2021, realizing that the general situation has many difficulties regarding Covid-19 translation and human resource fluctuations, the targets remain at the level of 2020. Specifically, the total revenue is 550 billion VND, the profit after tax is 49 billions dong.

Dividend paid at the rate of 26% divided into 3 phases, 2% lower than the dividend payment rate in 2020. Phase 1 has the rate of 10% in August 2021. Phase 2 at the rate of 10% in January 2022. Phase 3 at the rate of 6% and paid after the general meeting of shareholders in 2022.

Shares of Tam Duc Heart Hospital Joint Stock Company officially traded on the UPCoM market since February 6, 2017 under the code TTD.


At the end of the session on May 7, TTD shares continued to remain unchanged for a series of days with 52,000 VND / share.

Source: tinnhanhchungkhoan.vn – Translated by fintel.vn

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