Written on October 9, 2023

We wish to inform you that effective 1st January  2024, dividend payments will no longer be issued by cheques. Instead, dividends will be electronically deposited into your bank or Mobile Money account.

To ensure a smooth transition, we kindly request you to provide valid bank account information or Mobile Money number before 31st December 2023. You can update your details by completing this form .

Please include a copy of the FRONT and BACK of your national ID to verify your shareholder status.

Kindly submit the completed form together with the copy of the your national ID by post or in person to NICO Asset Managers Limited, Transfer Secretary, Chibisa House, 19 Glyn Jones Road, P.O. Box 3173, Blantyre, Malawi, or via email to transfersec@nicoassetmanagers.com.

It is essential to note that we will be unable to remit dividend payments for shareholders who have not provided their bank account information or Mobile Money details.

Thank you for your cooperation as we enhance our dividend payment process for your convenience.


Yours Sincerely,

Daniel Dunga

Chief Executive Officer, NICO Asset Managers Limited

Transfer Secretaries for NICO Holdings plc

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