UK Commercial Property Trust unveils interim dividend

FTSE 250-listed closed-ended Guernsey registered investment company UK Commercial Property Trust Limited (UKCPT) has unveiled its first interim dividend payment, in respect of the financial period from January 1st to March 31st 2013, of 1.3125 pence per share.

FTSE 250-listed closed-ended Guernsey registered investment company UK Commercial Property Trust Limited (UKCPT) has unveiled its first interim dividend payment, in respect of the financial period from January 1st to March 31st 2013, of 1.3125 pence per share.

According to the company, the ex-dividend date is May 8th, the record date is May 10th and the pay date is May 31st.

UKCPT was launched in September 2006 and its objective is to provide shareholders with an attractive level of income, together with potential for capital and income growth from investing in a diversified portfolio of UK commercial properties.

UKCPT's share price was down 0.75% to 73.25p at 08:18 on Friday.

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