Quarterly dividends: Synovus to pay a penny per share, while TSYS will pay a dime per share

tadams@ledger-enquirer.comSeptember 4, 2013 

Synovus Financial Corp. will pay a penny per share quarterly dividend, the regional bank said Wednesday.

It follows the declaration a day earlier by credit-card processor TSYS that its dividend will be 10 cents per share.

Both Columbus-based firms said the payout will take place Oct. 1 to those owning shares of their common stock as of Sept. 19. The payouts were approved by the companies’ board of directors.

TSYS on Wednesday also said it has inked a long-term processing and service contract with Irving, Texas-based Anovia Payments. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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