Final Dividend means the last dividend of a firm's fiscal year. It is determined after all financial statements have been recorded and all data is available to estimate the company's profitability and its dividend-paying ability. The final dividend is announced at a company's Annual General Meeting for the given fiscal year.
Additional meaning of Final Dividend:
The final dividend is often the largest of the dividend estimations, as the management has a clear picture of the company's profitability by the time it is declared and does not have to make conservative estimations. The term is mostly used the United Kingdom.