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2) The variations of the discounted dividend growth model used in this literature are rarely more than ad hoc attempts to capture real-world phenomena such as time-varying dividend growth rates.
TELUS stock split builds upon a number of shareholder friendly-initiatives we have undertaken in recent years, including our exchange of non-voting shares for voting shares to create a single share class and our three-year, 10 per cent per annum dividend growth model, said Darren Entwistle, TELUS President and CEO.
This growth model is supported by a long-term clear dividend payout guideline, which was recently increased 10 points to 65 to 75 per cent of prospective EPS; and Providing investors, at our shareholder meeting of May 9, with an update on our dividend growth model for the next three year period of 2014 through 2016.
Entwistle noted the company s strong free cash flow and 2013 targeted growth in EBITDA and EPS support TELUS shareholder dividend growth model.
I am pleased that our winning strategy and continued strong operational execution is enabling us to again increase the quarterly share dividend, consistent with our dividend growth model that we announced last year, Mr.