Dividend payment procedure
The dividend payment methods offered by Enel Generación Chile, for interim and definitive dividends alike, seek to avoid wrongful claims. They are the following:
- Deposit in a bank checking account, whose account-holder is the shareholder;
- Deposit in a bank savings account, whose account-holder is the shareholder;
- Mailing of a check or cashier’s check via certified mail to the address of the shareholder’s residence recorded in the Shareholder Register;
- The collection of a check, or cashier’s check from the offices of DCV Registros S.A., registrar of Enel Generación Chile’s shares, or from the bank and branches defined for this purpose and informed in the dividend payment notice published.
For this purpose, bank checking, or savings accounts may be located anywhere in the country.
It should be emphasized that the payment method chosen by each shareholder will be used by the centralized securities’ depository, DCV Registros S.A., for all dividend payments, unless the shareholder communicates, in writing, his or her intention to change it and record a new option.
Shareholders who have not registered a payment method will be paid by method 4 indicated above.
If checks or cashier’s checks are returned by the post office to DCV Registros S.A., they will remain in custody until collected or requested by the shareholder.
In the case of deposits in bank checking accounts, Enel Generación Chile may request, for security reasons, that they be verified by the respective bank. If there is an objection to the account indicated by a shareholder, whether in the prior verification process or for any other reason, the dividend will be paid according to method 4 indicated above.
Moreover, the Company has adopted and will continue to adopt all the necessary security measures required by the dividend payment process to safeguard the interests of the shareholders and Enel Generación Chile.
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