Ares Capital's dividend reinvestment plan
is summarized in more detail in the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus previously sent to Allied Capital stockholders.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Evergreen Enterprises released its quarterly Update to the Guide to Dividend Reinvestment Plans
DCT may also consider accepting additional investment in excess of the $100,000,000 threshold or after January 31, 2006 at its discretion, and currently plans to continue offering shares through its dividend reinvestment plan
Common shares issued under the dividend reinvestment plan
from the treasury of the Company may be issued at a discount not to exceed 5% from the average market price of the common shares over the five day period preceding the relevant dividend payment date as further described in the dividend reinvestment plan
Evergreen Enterprises' dividend reinvestment plan
directory is the oldest directory of its kind, the first edition was published in 1982.
Registered shareholders who are enrolled in the Dividend Reinvestment Plan
will receive stock based on the terms described above, which is slightly different than the existing plan.
The Dividend Reinvestment Plan
can be a good weapon in the fight against over institutionalization of a company's shareholder mix," said Robert Amen, President, Amen & Associates, a unit of Ketchum Communications.
Shareholders enrolled in the Dividend Reinvestment Plan
will receive their distribution in shares of common stock of the Fund.
Correll also noted that the Company's next dividend reinvestment date under the Company's Common Stock Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan
is September 1, 2005.
It's also cheaper for companies to raise capital through DRIPs - more cost-effective than floating bonds or going through a public offering, said Joe Tigue, editor of Standard & Poor's Directory of Dividend Reinvestment Plans
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