DRP Share Price and updated ASX Appendix 3A.1 Form
31 March 2022
Dividend Reinvestment Plan Share Price and updated ASX Appendix 3A.1 Form
The price for each share to be issued through the Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) for the H1 FY22 dividend to be paid in respect of the period ended 31 December 2021 is NZ$4.6339 (DRP Price).
The DRP Price has been determined in accordance with the rules of the DRP. For the H1 FY22 dividend, the DRP Price was calculated using a volume weighted average price, over the five trading days during the period from 24 March 2022 to 30 March 2022 inclusive.
Shares are expected to be issued to participants in the DRP on 8 April 2022.
Further details regarding the full year dividend and DRP, including the AUD equivalent to the total dividend/distribution amount per security, and the corresponding FX rate, can be found in the updated ASX Appendix 3A.1 form (Notification of Dividend/Distribution).
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