At the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholder (EGM) held on 27 August 2021, NLMK shareholders approved the payment of Q2 2021 dividends of RUB 13.62 per share. The date upon which the shareholders entitled to Q2 2021 dividends will be determined was set as 7 September 2021.
NLMK Group’s EBITDA (LSE, MOEX: NLMK) in Q2 2021 totalled $2.1 bn; EBITDA margin grew by 9 p.p. qoq to 50%. Free cash flow (FCF) reached $864 m. NLMK Group Board of Directors recommended approving Q2 2021 dividends in the amount of 13.62 RUB/share (127% of the FCF).
NLMK Group's Board of Directors recommended NLMK shareholders to approve Q2'21 dividend in the amount of RUB 13.62 per share at the Extraordinary General Shareholder Meeting (EGM) which will be held on 27 August 2021.
NLMK Group (LSE: NLMK, MOEX: NLMK) increased steel output by 12% qoq (+4% yoy) to 4.4 m t. Consolidated sales declined by 7% qoq to 3.9 m t (-13% yoy) driven by a decrease in commercial pig iron sales amid repairs at NLMK Lipetsk BF operations coupled with an increase in intragroup slab sales.
At the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting (AGM) held on 29 April 2021, NLMK shareholders approved the payment of FY2020 dividends of 21.64 rubles per share. Considering the previously paid interim dividends, the amount outstanding to be paid for Q4 2020 is 7.25 rubles per share.
At a meeting held on 11 February 2021, NLMK Group's (LSE: NLMK) Board of Directors recommended the Company's shareholders to approve Q4'20 dividends of RUB 7.25 per share.
NLMK Group, a global steel company, has been exploring potential avenues for cutting CO2 emissions as part of World Steel Association’s Step Up decarbonization programme.
NLMK Group, a global steel company, is proud to announce that Sustainalytics has upgraded its ESG risk rating to 28.1 (the lower the score, the better a company is at managing ESG matters). NLMK is currently ranked among the top 5 out of over 140 steel companies analyzed by Sustainalytics.
The newly elected Board of Directors of NLMK Group held its first meeting after the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting. Vladimir Lisin was re-elected Chairman of the Board.
At the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting (AGM) held on 29 April 2021, NLMK shareholders voted to confirm Grigory Fedorishin as the Group’s President and Chief Executive Officer; and to elect a new Board of Directors, with a majority of independent directors (six seats out of nine).
The World Steel Association (worldsteel) has named NLMK Group a Sustainability Champion. The title is awarded annually to steel companies that have proven their commitment to the principles of sustainable development, and is the main industry award in the field.
NLMK Group, a global steel company, has topped the Russian Business Leaders Awards organized by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, receiving recognition for its projects aimed at combatting COVID-19.
NLMK Group, a global steel company, the Belgorod Region administration, and the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade have signed a Memorandum of Intent for a project to construct a new metals and mining facility at the Stoilensky Mining and Beneficiation plant.
NLMK Group (LSE: NLMK), a global steel company, has published its Payments to Governments Report 2020 disclosing the respective payments related to extractive activities of the company.
NLMK (LSE: NLMK, MOEX: NLMK), a global steel company, today announces the closing of its EUR 500 million 5-year Eurobond placement with an annual coupon rate of 1.45%. Interest payments on the Eurobonds are payable annually.
NLMK Group has ranked among the top 10 steel companies globally in the 2021 Value Creators Rankings compiled by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) on the basis of total shareholder return (TSR) over the previous five-year period from 2016 through 2020.
NLMK Indiana and NLMK Pennsylvania (hereinafter referred to as NLMK USA), NLMK Group’s American division companies, have reached an amicable settlement with the United States Government resolving NLMK’s lawsuit challenging the Department of Commerce’s denial of NLMK’s requests for exclusion from Section 232 steel tariffs.
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