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Breville Group Ltd (BRG) is a well-known Australian designer and manufacturer of a wide range of small electrical appliances such as blenders, coffee machines, juicers and mixers. The company first got off the ground in 1932 when Bill O’Brien and Harry Norville mixed their last names together and started a company making radios. After providing mine detectors for World War II, the pair turned their attention to small appliances. 

Today, Breville-designed products are now sold in more than 30 countries across the globe. Along with Breville, the group owns and operates other brands including Sage, Kambrook, PolyScience, and Aquaport. Since listing on the ASX in 1999, Breville shares have been included as a growth investment in many investors’ portfolios, whilst also providing some income to shareholders along the way in the form of dividends.

Breville Group Ltd (ASX: BRG) Latest News

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Will Breville pay a dividend in 2020?

Historically, Breville has been a consistent dividend-paying share, with dividend payments being made in March and September or October each year since 2009.

Breville’s most recent payment was its interim FY20 dividend of 20.5 cents, which came partially franked at 60% and was paid on 18 March 2020.

Does Breville offer a dividend reinvestment plan?

Yes, historically Breville has offered a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP). When the DRP is active, shareholders can elect to reinvest all or part of their dividends in fully paid ordinary shares in Breville.