dividend

n
dividenda
accumulative dividend kumulativna dividenda
allocation and payment of dividends raspodjela i isplata dividendi
book value of dividend knjigovodstvena vrijednost dividende
cash dividend gotovinska dividenda
cum dividend s dividendom
declaration of cash dividend objava novčane dividende
disbursement of cash dividend isplata novčane dividende
dividend addition dividenda na premiju ћivotnoga osiguranja koja se koristi za kupnju dodatne police osiguranja
dividend cover pokriće dividendi
dividend coupon dividendni kupon
dividend decision odluka o dividendama (o isplati, visini itd.)
dividend discount model model diskontiranja dividendi
dividend limitation ograničenje dividendi
dividend payment restriction ograničenje pri isplati dividendi
dividend-payout ratio stopa isplate dividendi
dividend policy politika isplate dividendi
dividend warrant dividendni kupon
equivalent level annual dividend iznos koji je sastavni dio metode kamatnoga usklađenja za određivanje cijene ћivotnoga osiguranja
Bilj.: To je dio koji osiguravatelj ne jamči, a koji se prezentira kupcima kao pokazatelj u kojoj mjeri ovaj nezajamčeni iznos utječe na kamatno usklađenu isplatu i troљak police osiguranja
extra cash dividends dodatne novčane dividende
extra dividends dodatne dividende
legal restriction on dividend policy zakonsko/pravno ograničenje politike (isplate) dividendi
non-distribution of dividends neraspodjela dividendi
policy dividend povrat premije po polici
stock dividend dividenda u dionicama

Englesko-Hrvatski Glosar bankarstva, osiguranja i ostalih financijskih usluga. 2013.

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