5 ASX All Ords shares trading ex-dividend on Thursday

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In the wake of ASX reporting season, we’ve seen droves of companies in the S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) turn ex-dividend in recent weeks.

When a company’s shares turn ex-dividend, they no longer trade with the recent dividend payment attached to it.

The highest-profile ASX All Ords share turning ex-dividend tomorrow is Woodside Energy Group Ltd (ASX: WDS). You’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Woodside dividend in our recent coverage here.

But there are some other ASX All Ords shares with notable dividend yields that are also going ex-dividend tomorrow. Let’s check them out.

Perpetual Limited (ASX: PPT)

ASX financials share Perpetual recently announced a fully franked final dividend of 97 cents, which will be paid on 30 September. A dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) is also available.

Perpetual delivered 20% revenue growth in FY22, benefitting from both organic and acquisitive growth. Underlying net profit after tax (NPAT) grew by a similar amount, helping Perpetual to lift its full-year dividends by 16% over the prior year.

This puts Perpetual shares on a sizeable trailing dividend yield of 7.9%, which grosses up to 11.3%, including franking credits.

In other news, after months of negotiations, the company looks set to acquire rival fund manager Pendal Group Ltd (ASX: PDL). Pendal’s board is unanimously supporting Perpetual’s $2.5 billion takeover bid.

Smartgroup Corporation Ltd (ASX: SIQ)

Today will be the final day for investors to bag Smartgroup’s fully franked interim dividend of 17 cents. The company has pencilled in the payment date for 23 September.

This interim dividend is 3% lower than the interim dividend declared in 2021.

In the first half of FY22, Smartgroup’s revenue climbed by 4%, while adjusted NPAT swung the other way, dropping by 4%.

Smartgroup shares are currently flashing a trailing 12-month dividend yield of 11.1%. However, the company’s final dividend earlier in the year included a special dividend of 30 cents.

But even excluding this special dividend, Smartgroup shares are still sporting a notable trailing dividend yield of 6.1%. With the benefit of franking credits, this grosses up to 8.7%.

Peter Warren Automotive Holdings Ltd (ASX: PWR)

Peter Warren shares will be trading tomorrow without a fully franked final dividend of 13 cents, which will be paid on 7 October.

The ASX car dealership group delivered 6% revenue growth and 37% underlying NPAT growth in FY22. This growth was primarily driven by the acquisition of Penfold Motor Group, which was completed in December 2021.

After listing last year, Peter Warren declared maiden dividends in FY22, with the total coming in at 22 cents. This represents a dividend payout ratio of 67% of NPAT.

Peter Warren shares are currently trading on a trailing dividend yield of 8.1% or 11.6% grossed up. 

Resimac Group Ltd (ASX: RMC)

Shares in mortgage business Resimac will be trading tomorrow without a fully franked final dividend of 4 cents. The company has set the payment date for 23 September.

The mortgage lending business posted double-digit growth in home loan assets under management in FY22. But NPAT growth couldn’t follow suit, dropping 5% on the prior year.

Nonetheless, the ASX All Ords share lifted its full-year dividends by 25% after bumping up its dividend payout ratio from 24% of NPAT in FY21 to 32% in FY22. 

Resimac shares are printing a trailing dividend yield of 6.7%. Throwing in franking credits, this yield cranks up to 9.6%. 

Monash IVF Group Ltd (ASX: MVF)

Finally, Monash IVF is another ASX All Ords share turning ex-dividend tomorrow. Shares will be trading without a fully franked final dividend of 2.2 cents, which will be paid on 7 October.

Monash IVF delivered 5% revenue growth in FY22, driven by price increases in the domestic assisted reproductive services (ARS) segment. 

Despite underlying NPAT slightly retreating in FY22, the company still raised its total dividends by 5% to 4.4 cents.

This puts Monash IVF shares on a trailing dividend yield of 4.4%, which grosses up to 6.3%.