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LLOY and T+2


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Guest nhalabi99

Hi 

 

As many of you probably know LLOY ex-div cut off date is 19 Aprl. So if you want dividend you must have purchased shares not post the 19th.

 

However, I would like clarification, considering the T+2 Settlement Period, does that mean cut off date for IG users is actually 17 April???

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