Poland's top bank PKO plans dividend at 0.75 zlotys/share

WARSAW, April 29 Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:56am EDT

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WARSAW, April 29 (Reuters) - Poland's largest bank, the state-controlled PKO BP, said on Tuesday it planned to pay out a dividend of 937.5 million zlotys ($308.5 million), or 0.75 zlotys per share from its 2013 profit.

The bank added in a statement that the planned dividend still needed to be approved by shareholders. Last year, PKO paid out a dividend at 1.80 zlotys per share. ($1 = 3.0391 Polish Zlotys) (Reporting by Marcin Goettig; Editing by Adrian Krajewski)

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