Hi, to register for dividend payment via M-pesa on your mobile phone dial *534# ok >Select Safaricom>Select Register>….
How do I get my Safaricom dividends via mpesa?
If you are a Safaricom shareholder and wish to receive your dividend payment by M-PESA, then please register to do so by sending an SMS to 534 in the following format: ID Number#Full CDSC account number#Full names e.g. 12345678#Bxx/B-xxxxxxxxxxxxx/xx-0#John Smith.
How do I check my Safaricom dividends?
Visit the UFAA website ( https://www.ufaa.go.ke/ ) Search account details using ID number or any other identification used in buying shares. The result will show whether Safaricom has remitted one’s dividend and the year of remittance.
How do I check my dividend status?
If you are eligible for dividends and have not received it even after the dividend payment date, you will need to contact the companies’ registrar. You can find the details of the company registrar on the NSE website under the ‘Company Directory’ tab and the BSE website under ‘Corp Information’ tab. On NSE.
How do I claim money from Safaricom?
Safaricom has been running a campaign to encourage the next of kin to claim this money. The could dial *405# before the August deadline to start the process.
You need a CDSC account to be able to buy Safaricom shares in Kenya (you can open one from any trusted stock broker or a bank that is authorized to offer stock brokerage services).
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
- Purchase a minimum of 500 shares at 52.5ksh.
- Pay a non-refundable admission fee of 10,000ksh.
- Total to pay is 36,500 ksh.
- Fill in a registration form and attach a passport photo, copy of ID, copy of KRA pin and proof of payment.
- Minimum monthly contribution is 3000ksh.
What is Safaricom dividend?
Safaricom’s board declared a dividend of Ksh 0.92 per ordinary share amounting to Ksh 36.86 Billion to be approved during the company’s AGM to be held on 30th July 2021. … It expects to spend about Ksh 40 Billion to Ksh 43 Billion in 2022 Capital expenditures from Ksh 34.96 Billion in 2021.
To track down lost shares the first step should be to contact the company’s share registrar, in cases where the company name is known. There are three main registrars in the UK – Capita, Lloyds TSB / Equiniti and ComputerShare. For contact information see below.
|52 Week High||45.25|
|52 Week Low||31.80|
|Shares Out (MIL)||40,065.43|
How do you find the total dividends received?
When you know the number of shares of company stock you own and the company’s DPS for the most recent recent time period, finding the approximate amount of dividends you will earn is easy. Simply use the formula D = DPS multiplied by S, where D = your dividends and S = the number of shares you own.
How do I claim dividends?
Forward a request letter in the prescribed format (Annexure-I) to M/s Alankit Assignments Limited, Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) along with the Original Dividend Warrant / Demand Draft, Cancelled Cheque, Address Proof & PAN Card for crediting the dividend directly in the bank account.
Where do dividends get credited?
If your bank mandate is registered with the registrar then the dividend amount will be automatically credited to your bank account. If you are holding physical shares or if your bank mandate is not registered then your dividend cheque will be mailed to you at your registered address.
Can next of kin withdraw money?
It’s illegal to take money from a bank account belonging to someone who has died. This is the case even if you hold power of attorney for them and had been able to access the accounts when they were alive. The power of attorney comes to an end when a person dies.
Who is next of kin in Kenya?
A next of kin is a person’s closest living relative, a spouse or a person who can be contacted in case of an emergency. Their details include official names, ID number, postal address, phone number and their relationship to you.
How can I get USSD code from Safaricom?
How do I access all the Safaricom services? All you need to do is dial *456#Ok to access all Safaricom services under the consolidated single short code. The service allows our customers to use one short code to access Safaricom services and products whether one is on Prepaid or Postpaid.