Dividends-group accounts, Financial Accounting

DIVIDENDS

The dividends that appear in the consolidated statement of change in equity are for the holding company only. This is because the dividends of the subsidiary belong to the holding company and minority interest. By consolidating the subsidiary company, the holding company has taken its share of the dividends in subsidiary and the M.I has taken its share which is included in the minority interest’s share of profit after tax in subsidiary company.

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