This dividend diary will provide you with some of the key dividend dates and events for May 2022*, as well as some of the frequently asked questions we receive.
Lloyds Banking Group Dividend
The Lloyds Banking Group final Dividend will be paid on Thursday 19th May 2022. The Dividend will be 1.33p per Lloyds Banking Group share and your entitlement is based upon your holding as of 8am on Thursday 7th April 2022.
If you hold your Lloyds Banking Group shares in your Halifax Share Dealing Account the dividend will be paid out based on your chosen dividend handling option. You can check or make changes to this on our dividend options page by signing into your account. Changes must be made 1 business day before the dividend is paid.
We’ll begin distributing the dividend payments on Thursday once we’ve received it. It could take until close of business on Friday to complete the full distribution to all of our shareholders.
If your dividend is set to be paid into your bank account, it will take 2-3 working days from Friday to receive your dividend payment.
Dividend re-investments are expected to be completed by close of business Friday.
*Companies can change the dividend amount they pay to shareholders.
Frequently asked questions
If you’re looking for dividend dates and events not shown on this page, you can try our Shares Centre. All you need to do is visit the share details page for the stock you’d like to know more about (e.g. here is the share details page for Lloyds Banking Group) scroll down to ‘company information’ and click on the ‘Dividends’ tab.
We do not currently offer the option of ‘Scrip dividends’. We do however offer our own ‘Dividend Reinvestment Plan’ (DRIP) which provides you with the option of buying stock using your dividend payments.
Dividend Reinvestment is charged at 2% (maximum £5) plus 0.5% UK stamp duty.
We aim to pay dividends as soon as possible, however all payments will be paid within 10 working days of the payment date.
For the majority of UK stocks we will credit the dividend to your share dealing account on the dividend payment date, this is provided we have received the payment and related documentation from the registrar.
Unit Trusts and foreign dividends tend to take longer to be credited as we have to wait for external custodians to release payment. In the case of foreign dividends this is usually 1 working day after the dividend pay date, and in the case of Unit Trusts this can be up to 1 week after pay date.
There are a number of reasons that your dividend may not have reinvested:
- Did you select "Re-invest" as your 'Income Handling Option' at least 24 hours before the dividend payment date?
- Was the dividend over £1.00 in value, and does the dividend total enough to purchase at least 1 share on the stock market?
- Do you still have the stock in your share dealing account that the dividend was paid on? (No reinvestment can take place if you don’t have a holding).
- Is the stock eligible for reinvestment? Examples of stocks not eligible for reinvestment include foreign stocks and stocks that require a set investment amount such as bonds and gilts.
- If the stock is being held in an ISA, is this ISA active?
- Do you have any outstanding charges on your share dealing account?
- Have you passed all relevant ID and Money Laundering checks?
If none of these apply to you then please contact us.
To receive a dividend payment from a stock you need to buy before its ex-dividend date. If you buy a stock on or after its ex-dividend date, you won’t receive its next dividend payment.
If you sell a stock on its ex-dividend you will still receive the next dividend payment.