Shareholders' area

Share price

nyselogo.jpgVirbac provides clear, consistent and transparent information to its individual and institutional shareholders and their advisors (financial analysts). This information is relayed by means of financial announcements published in the French media, press releases published on financial websites and the AMF website, and publication of Group quar terly sales figures and half-year results as required by law.

More information about Virbac stock market performance on Euronext website

RELATIONS WITH INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS

Complete and updated financial information is avaliable on our website in the "Finance" section. Internet users may not only consult and download press releases, annual and half-year financial statements, annual report, but also e-mail questions pertaining to Group financial matters to finances@virbac.com

Users can also access to a section entitled "Regulated information", which gathers all the informations required by the transparency directive and the AMF's general regulations (Autorité des marchés financiers).

RELATIONS WITH INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS

Management is heavily involved in communicating with the investors and analysts they meet throughout the course of the year, primarily in the Paris and London markets. Analyst meetings and conference calls are arranged to coincide with the publication of results, acquisitions or other major events for the Group. The Financial Affairs department is available to answer any questions investors and analysts may have regarding the Group’s strategy, products, published results or major events.

Capital

A FAMILY CONTROLLED COMPANY, LISTED ON THE PARIS STOCK EXCHANGE SINCE 1985

65.7 % of the voting rights are held by the founder’s family, Pierre Richard Dick, whose profoundly human values marked the company and are still the foundation on which Virbac's strategy is built.

Shareholding

Dividend

Dividend based on 2017 results

It will be proposed at the shareholders’ meeting not to distribute dividend in respect of 2017 fiscal year.
The willingness to continue to re-balance the financial position by reducing debt accounts for the absence of a dividend payment for 2017.

History of dividends per share

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