Robi Axiata Ltd, the country's second-largest telecom operator, has declared a 3% interim cash dividends in the face of criticism by its shareholders.
The company drew shareholders' criticism for not paying any dividend in the first year of its debut on the capital market.
Also, the top executives of the telecom operator were called by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission to take investor-friendly decisions in this regard.
Meanwhile, Robi posted earnings per share of Tk0.07 in the January-March period, which was Tk0.33 over the last year.
The company has set 2 May 2021 for its record date that means those investors hold Robi shares on that day will avail Tk0.30 against each of the shares with a face value of Tk10.
On 31 March, Robi's net asset value per share stood at Tk12.66 which was Tk13.9 at the end of December last year.