Technology Consulting & Engineering
B Nanterre 348 607 417
40, avenue André Morizet 92513 Boulogne-Billancourt
36 143 930.55 €
Number of shares registered on the capital
34 421 615 shares (at 30/06/2022)
French Société Anonyme with a Board of Directors
1st january to
share price over 12 months
Over the last three years, ALTEN SA has paid the following net dividends per share:
|(in euros per share)||2020||2019||2018|
*COVID-19 impacts on 2019 results
(view the 6th April 2020 press release)
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Income from an investment in equity securities, such as shares or investment certificates. Dividends are usually paid yearly and vary according to the company’s profits.
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International Securities Identification Number (ISIN), a code used to identify a security such as a share, bond or collective investment scheme. Euroclear, the company that acts as central securities depositary in France, assigns ISINs to collective investment schemes and listed companies.
The degree to which an asset or security can be bought or sold in the market without affecting the price. Liquidity is characterised by a high level of trading activity. Assets that can be easily bought or sold are known as liquid assets.
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Gathering of the shareholders and directors of an incorporated firm, required by law to be held every calendar year. This is an important event for shareholders, who learn about the company’s position and have a say on management. The main purpose of an ordinary general meeting is to approve the annual financial statements presented by the board of directors or management board, as well as information about the consolidated financial statements, where applicable, and the appointment or replacement of members of the company’s governing and supervisory bodies.
Company savings plan. A collective savings plan that allows the employees of a company or group of companies to establish a block of savings invested in securities, potentially with employer contributions. This plan enjoys special tax treatment in return for tying up the funds for a certain length of time, usually five years.
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Shareholder registered in an account held by the company that issued the shares. There are two types of registered shares: pure registered: the shares are recorded only in accounts held by the company; administered registered: the shares are also recorded with a financial intermediary.
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