dividend warrant

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Noun1.dividend warrant - an order of payment (such as a check payable to a shareholder) in which a dividend is paid
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
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Other unique benefits that DiamondXtra customers enjoy, include earning competitive monthly interest on savings, lodgment of cheques and dividend warrants from other banks into the account for value, access to quality healthcare for just N6,000.
Moreover, despite the expansion of e-Payment Channels and instruments, a variety of paper based instruments like cheques, Pay Orders, Demand Drafts, Telegraphic Transfer, Dividend Warrants etc.
On the other hand, e-dividend concept will remove the inefficiencies relating to the payment of dividend through dividend warrants.
6- Instead of issuing dividend warrants, banks and companies should promote e-dividends enabling shareholders to receive cash dividends through direct credit in their respective bank accounts.
As approved by the board, the date of dispatch of dividend warrants would be September 02, 2015 and date of payment of dividend would be September 09, 2015.
Chartered Accountant firm should select only one outsourced activity for conducting the audit work like FI Audit / ATM audit / E-Darshan audit / Card personalization related audit / Dividend Warrants related audit / Credit Card authorization host related audit.
Payment of the interim dividend is scheduled for 2 April 2014 and the dividend warrants will be payable in India at par at all branches of State Bank of India, irrespective of the amount.
According to the rules, the AGM should be held within six months of the closing and issue of dividend warrants.
Dividend warrants will be posted on or about April 2, 1998.
E-dividend concept would remove the inefficiencies relating to the payment of dividend through dividend warrants.
ISLAMABAD -- The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has allowed companies to withhold all future dividends of such shareholders who have not provided their CNIC numbers to companies to be written on the dividend warrants.
The work of preparation of dividend warrants in respect of Registered Units is in progress and the despatch of dividend warrants to the Unit-holders is expected to start in the last week of August, 1990.