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Ricardo overview

What does Ricardo do?

Ricardo is a leading provider of technology, product innovation, engineering solutions and strategic consulting to the world's automotive, transport and energy industries.

For more details, please read the Company Profile

On which Stock Exchanges are Ricardo shares traded?

Ricardo shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange, as part of the main market and the techMARK grouping

What is the trading symbol?

The trading symbol is RCDO

How can I invest in Ricardo shares?

Ricardo shares can be purchased through most high street banks and some building societies, or from a stockbroker

Who are your largest shareholders?

Who do I contact regarding my share certificate?

For any questions regarding your Ricardo shares, please contact the Registrar.

Click here to view Contact details

Has Ricardo issued American Depositary Receipts (ADR's)?

Ricardo does not currently have American Depositary Receipts

When is Ricardo's fiscal year end?

30 June

When is the next dividend due?

Click to see the Financial Calendar

Can I receive my dividend as further ordinary shares?

Ricardo does not currently offer a Dividend Reinvestment Plan. This situation will be kept under review

Where can I obtain a hard copy of the Annual Report and Accounts?

If you wish to receive a hard copy of the Annual Report and Accounts, please contact the Company Secretary HERE.

When is the next Annual General Meeting (AGM)?

Click to see the Financial Calendar

What does the abolition of the Dividend Tax Credit mean for me?

With effect from 6 April 2016 the UK government will remove the Dividend Tax Credit and replace it with a new tax-free dividend allowance of £5,000 a year for all taxpayers. . Each individual’s liability to pay tax on dividends will depend on their earning and tax allowance and will be calculated by self-assessment.

The main difference will be for investors receiving between £5,000 and £10,000 in dividend income as they may have to complete a self-assessment for the first time. Those with dividend income of more than £10,000 per annum are already required to self-assess.


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