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American depositary receipts dividends

Dividends are paid by check, or they may be directly deposited into a bank account of your choice. Please let your brokerage or JPMorgan Chase Bank know how you would like to receive your dividend.

 

Final information for 2016 dividends

The Annual General Meeting 2017 approved a dividend of €2.96 per ordinary share for 2016 results.

Record date for ADRs: May 15, 2017
Payment/value date for ADRs: June 7, 2017

Dividend information for ADRs
Dividend per ordinary share€2.96
Ratio ADR:ordinary share2:1
Dividend per ADR€1.48
Foreign exchange date05/18/2017
Final foreign exchange rate*1.108512

 

Dividend information for ADRs in USD
Gross dividend per ADR$1.640597
Withholding tax rate15%30%0%
Withholding amount$0.246089$0.492179$0.0
Dividend fee$0.05$0.05$0.05
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Final dividend rate per DR$1.339008$1.098418$1.585097

 

Final information for 2015 dividends

The Annual General Meeting 2016 approved a dividend of €2.93 per ordinary share for 2015 results. 

Record date for ADRs: May 9, 2016
Payment/value date for ADRs: June 1, 2016

Dividend information for ADRs
Dividend per ordinary share€2.93
Ratio ADR:ordinary share2:1
Dividend per ADR€1.465
Foreign exchange date05/12/2016
Final foreign exchange rate*
(inclusive a fee of 0.002200)
1.135346

 

Dividend information for ADRs in USD
Gross dividend per ADR$1.663281
Withholding tax rate15%30%0%
Withholding amount$0.249492$0.498984$0.0
Dividend fee$0.04$0.04$0.04
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Final Dividend Rate per DR$1.368789$1.124297$1.618281

 
 

 

*Funds provided to J. P. Morgan in a foreign currency may have been converted to U.S. dollars through a foreign exchange transaction with J. P. Morgan or an affiliate. The foreign exchange rate applied to the foreign currency is determined by J.P. Morgan in its sole discretion and is either (1) the WMR Rate or (2) the JP Morgan Rate plus, in either case, up to 20 basis points.

J.P. Morgan collects fees ("Fees") from holders of depositary receipts. These Fees are described in the deposit agreement and may include, without limitation, Fees for (i) the issuance and cancellation of depositary receipts, (ii) services performed in administering the depositary receipts and (iii) distributions of cash. In most cases, J.P. Morgan reimburses the issuer for certain expenses related to the depositary receipts program and incurred by the issuer in connection with such program or shares revenue with the issuer received by J.P. Morgan from such Fees or revenues generated in connection with the Program.

 

Final information for 2014 dividends

The Annual General Meeting 2015 approved a dividend of €2.85 per ordinary share for 2014 results.

Record date for ADRs: May 8, 2015
Payment/value date for ADRs: June 2, 2015

Dividend information for ADRs
Dividend per ordinary share€2.85
Ratio ADR:ordinary share2:1
Dividend per ADR€1.425
Foreign exchange date05/13/2015
Foreign exchange rate*
(inclusive of a fee of 0.002200)
1.12933

 

Dividend information for ADRs in USD
Gross dividend per ADR$1.609295
Withholding tax rate15%30%0%
Withholding amount$0.241394$0.482788$0.0
Dividend fee$0.04$0.04$0.04
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Final Dividend Rate per DR$1.322901$1.086507$1.564295

 
 

 

*Funds provided to J. P. Morgan in a foreign currency may have been converted to U.S. dollars through a foreign exchange transaction with J. P. Morgan or an affiliate. The foreign exchange rate applied to the foreign currency is determined by J.P. Morgan in its sole discretion and is either (1) the WMR Rate or (2) the JP Morgan Rate plus, in either case, up to 20 basis points.

J.P. Morgan collects fees ("Fees") from holders of depositary receipts. These Fees are described in the deposit agreement and may include, without limitation, Fees for (i) the issuance and cancellation of depositary receipts, (ii) services performed in administering the depositary receipts and (iii) distributions of cash. In most cases, J.P. Morgan reimburses the issuer for certain expenses related to the depositary receipts program and incurred by the issuer in connection with such program or shares revenue with the issuer received by J.P. Morgan from such Fees or revenues generated in connection with the Program.

 

Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)

As a Direct Purchase Plan participant, you may elect to reinvest all or a portion of your cash dividends in additional shares. To do so, you will have to check the applicable box on the enrollment form.

Further details are available on the following website:

 

Income tax information

ADR dividends are paid in U.S. dollars and are generally taxable, just like dividends on U.S. shares. In addition, the Republic of France, Sanofi’s home country, may withhold taxes. Depending on individual circumstances, foreign taxes withheld might be applied as a credit against U.S. taxes, or tax reclaim opportunities may be offered. For specific information, consult your tax adviser.

You may also call the J.P. Morgan Global Tax line at: (1) 800 929 5484

To obtain further tax information, please read our current annual report on Form 20-F filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

 

History of Sanofi annual dividends per ADR

Gross Dividend Rate/ADR(1)
(In $)

Graph: 2004: $0.73, 2005: $0.96, 2006: $1.17, 2007: $1.63, 2008: $1.44, 2009: $1.47, 2010: $1.76, 2011: $1.69, 2012: $1.79, 2013: $1.91(2)  

  1. Paid in the following year. French withholding taxes to be applied.
  2. Based on €/$ exchange rate of 1.135.
 

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The AGM 2017 was held on May 10, 2017.

 

The AGM 2018 will take place on May 2, 2018 at 2:30 pm CEST at the Palais de Congrès in Paris, France

 

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