My understanding of the difference between a final dividend and an interim dividend is that an interim dividend is not approved by the shareholders only by the directors.
A final dividend being approved in a general meeting.
My question is can more than one general meeting be called to declare more than one final dividend within one accounting year?
Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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