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Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. (DMP) is the master franchise holder for Domino’s in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Luxembourg. It is the world’s largest franchisee for the Domino’s Pizza brand, which is owned by US-listed Domino’s Pizza, Inc. 

Domino’s is the largest pizza chain in Australia in terms of both store numbers and network sales. Headquartered in Queensland, Domino’s shares listed on the ASX in 2005 and have experienced impressive growth in the years since.

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Will Domino's Pizza pay a dividend in 2020?

Domino’s most recent dividend was its interim FY20 dividend payment on 13 March 2020. This payment was for 6.67 cents per share and came fully franked. 

So far, there have been no announcements from Domino’s regarding its final FY20 dividend payment.


Does Domino's offer a dividend reinvestment plan?

Yes, Domino’s currently offers a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP). The Domino’s DRP lets eligible shareholders increase their shareholding in Domino’s Pizza by reinvesting all or part of their dividend entitlement in ordinary shares.