Dividend Payment Procedure of Enel Chile S.A.

For the payment of dividends, whether interim or definitive, and aiming to avoid undue collection, Enel Chile S.A.

considers the following alternatives:

  1. Deposit in a checking account, whose holder is the shareholder;
  2. Deposit in a savings account, whose holder is the Shareholder;
  3. Forwarding a check or bank note through certified mail services to the residence of the shareholder, as listed in the Enel Chile S.A. Shareholder Registry;
  4. Check or bank note available for pick up at the offices of DCV Registros S.A. as the administrator of the Shareholder Registry of Enel Chile S.A., or in the bank or branch offices that are determined for such purpose, and that will be disclosed in the notice to be published regarding dividend payments.

 

To these effects, checking and savings accounts may be from any bank in the country. It is important to emphasize that the preferred method of payment by each shareholder will be used by DCV Registros S.A. for all dividend payments, as long as the shareholder does not express in writing his or her intention to modify the payment method and requests another alternative. The shareholders that have not registered a method of payment will be paid by method Nº 4, described above.

If checks or bank notes are returned by mail to DCV Registros S.A., they shall remain in its custody until requested or picked up by the shareholders.

When checking account deposit is chosen, Enel Chile S.A. and/or DCV Registros S.A. could request the bank to verify the account for security reasons. Should the account indicated by the shareholder be objected, either due to a verification process or any other reason, the dividend will be paid by method Nº 4, described above.

The Company has adopted and will continue to adopt in the future all necessary security measures required by the dividend payment process to protect the interests of both shareholders and Enel Chile S.A.