A securities company reveals its business plan for 2024, with plans to distribute dividends to shareholders.

The AGM is expected to approve a series of content, notably the proposal to increase the registered capital from the treasury shares to existing shareholders and the issuance of shares under the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) 2024.


In its latest announcement, FPT Securities Joint Stock Company (FPTS, code FTS) has approved the Board of Directors’ resolution on the final registration date for the shareholder list to attend the 2024 Annual General Meeting on February 26, expected to be held on March 28, 2024.

According to the disclosure, FPTS’ shareholders’ meeting will approve a series of contents, notably the plan to increase charter capital from CSH funds for existing shareholders and the issuance of shares under the 2024 Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).

At the same time, FPTS’ Board of Directors also approved the 2023 business performance report with total operating revenue and financial operating revenue (realized) of 921 billion, net profit after tax realized/charter capital of 23.77%.

According to the quarterly financial statements the company has announced, the accumulated pre-tax profit for the whole year of 2023 reached nearly 542 billion dong, an increase of 23% compared to 2022. With these achieved results, this securities company has exceeded its annual profit target for 2023 (420 billion dong).

For 2024, FPTS has approved a business plan with a total operating revenue and financial operating revenue of 845 billion, corresponding to a decrease of about 8% compared to 2023. The net profit realized upon charter capital achieved 17.79%.

In the market, FTS stock closed at 48,450 dong/share on February 1st, still less than 7% away from its historical peak.


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