Ongoing Disclosure Notice

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Wed, Mar 02 2022 09:56 am

Ongoing Disclosure Notice
Disclosure of Directors and Senior Managers Relevant Interests
Sections 297(2) and 298(2), Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013

To NZX Limited; and
Name of listed issuer: Spark New Zealand Limited (Spark NZ)
Date this disclosure made: 2 March 2022
Date of last disclosure: 6 October 2021

Director or senior manager giving disclosure
Full name(s): Melissa Anastasiou
Name of listed issuer: Spark NZ
Name of related body corporate (if applicable): Spark Finance Limited
Position held in listed issuer: General Counsel of Spark NZ Director of Spark Finance Limited

Summary of acquisition or disposal of relevant interest (excluding specified derivatives)
Class of affected quoted financial products: Ordinary shares in Spark NZ
Nature of the affected relevant interest(s): Ownership of ordinary shares
For that relevant interest-
Number held in class before acquisition or disposal: 87,619 ordinary shares
Number held in class after acquisition or disposal: 67,619 ordinary shares
Current registered holder(s): Melissa Anastasiou
Registered holder(s) once transfers are registered: Melissa Anastasiou

Summary of acquisition or disposal of specified derivatives relevant interest (if applicable)
Type of affected derivative: N/A
Class of underlying financial products: N/A
Details of affected derivative-
The notional value of the derivative (if any) or the notional amount of underlying financial products (if any): N/A
A statement as to whether the derivative is cash settled or physically settled: N/A
Maturity date of the derivative (if any): N/A
Expiry date of the derivative(if any): N/A
The price specified in the terms of the derivative (if any): N/A
Any other details needed to understand how the amount of the consideration payable under the derivative or the value of the derivative is affected by the value of the underlying financial products: N/A
For that derivative,-
Parties to the derivative: N/A
If the director or senior manager is not a party to the derivative, the nature of the relevant interest in the derivative: N/A


Details of transactions giving rise to acquisition or disposal
Total number of transactions to which notice relates: One
Details of transactions requiring disclosure-
Date of transaction: 1 March 2022
Nature of transaction: Disposal of ordinary shares on market
Name of any other party or parties to the transaction (if known): N/A
The consideration, expressed in New Zealand dollars, paid or recieved for the acquisition or disposal. If the consideration was not in cash and cannot be readily by converted into a cash value, describe the consideration: $92,721
Number of financial products to which the transaction related: 20,000 ordinary shares
If the issuer has a financial products trading policy that prohibits directors or senior managers from trading during any period without written clearance (a closed period) include the following details—
Whether relevant interests were aquired or disposed of during a closed period: No
Whether prior written clearance was provided to allow the aquisition or disposal to proceed during the closed period: N/A
Date of the prior written clearance (if any): N/A

Summary of other relevant interests after acquisition or disposal:
Class of quoted financial products: Ordinary shares
Nature of relevant interest: Legal ownership of options to acquire ordinary shares pursuant to the Spark New Zealand Long Term Incentive Scheme, legal ownership of ordinary shares and beneficial ownership of ordinary shares subject to restrictions under the Spark NZ Employee Share Purchase Scheme
For that relevant interest,-
Number held in class: 127,993 options, 67,619 ordinary shares and 2,644 ordinary shares subject to restrictions under the Spark NZ Employee Share Purchase Scheme
Current registered holder(s): Melissa Anastasiou
For a derivative relevant interest,-
Type of derivative: N/A
Details of derivative,-
The notional value of the derivative (if any) or the notional amount of underlying financial products (if any): N/A
A statement as to whether the derivative is cash settled or physically settled: N/A
Maturity date of the derivative (if any): N/A
Expiry date of the derivative (if any): N/A
The price's specified terms (if any): N/A
Any other details needed to understand how the amount of the consideration payable under the derivative or the value of the derivative is affected by the value of the underlying financial products: N/A
For that derivative relevant interest,-
Parties to the derivative: N/A
If the director or senior manager is not a party to the derivative, the nature of the relevant interest in the derivative: N/A

Certification
I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.
Signature of director or officer:
Date of signature:
or
Signature of person authorised to sign on behalf of director or officer:
Date of signature: 2 March 2022
Name and title of authorised person: Silvana Roest, Company Secretary

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