Itaú (ITUB4) informs payment of R $ 261 million to holders of shares

Charlie Taylor

The Board of Directors of Itaú Unibanco (ITUB4) approved the payment of interest on own capital (JCP) in the amount of R $ 261 million to those who have shares in the company until March 25. The payment amount will correspond to R $ 0.05064 per share, with a 15% withholding income tax withholding, resulting in net interest of R $ 0.043044 per share, except for this withholding to legally proven or immune corporate shareholders. Payment will be made as follows: Gross Amount Per Share: R $ 0.05064 Net Amount Per Share: R $ 0.043044COM Date: March 25, 2022Ex Date: March 26, 2022Payment Date: Until December 31, 2022By the price of yesterday at the close, this net amount represents 0.18% of earnings per share. Shareholder based shareholders (Date “With”) will be entitled to the payment on March 25, 2022, with the shares being traded “Ex JCP ”on March 26, 2022, and payment until December 31, 2022.


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