KTK Co., Ltd. Notice Regarding Change in Dividend Policy (Implementation of Interim Dividend)

Katie K Co., Ltd.
Notice Concerning Change in Dividend Policy (Implementation of Interim Dividend)
Katie K Co., Ltd. (Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, President Hideo Aoyama, hereinafter “our company”) resolved at the board of directors meeting held on October 3, 2022 to change the dividend policy (implementation of interim dividend) as follows. I have, so I will let you know.
1. Change in dividend policy (implementation of interim dividend) ■ Purpose of changing dividend policy
The Company regards the return of profits to shareholders as an important management issue, and has set a policy of returning profits to shareholders, as stated in the medium-term management plan “Growth Plan” announced on October 1, 2021. , and implement stable shareholder returns while adjusting investment for growth.” Based on this policy, we have paid year-end dividends once a year until the fiscal year ending August 31, 2022. This is to set the dividend record date. The Company’s Articles of Incorporation stipulate that the Company may, by resolution of the Board of Directors, pay interim dividends with February 20 of each year as the record date.
■ Interim dividend record date
February 20, 2023
2. Details of the dividend forecast for the fiscal year ending August 2023 [Imaged82917-17-2b0e3c15290a642fd9bd-1.png&s3=82917-17-e97bf6ce2171c6e27adfadddb7314881-1222x298.png

-Company Profile-
Company name: Katie K Co., Ltd. (https://www.ktk.gr.jp/)
Head office location: 2-3-3 Izumi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Representative: Hideo Aoyama, President and CEO
Established: June 29, 1971
Business description: Manufacture and sale of printer consumables including recycled toner
Sales of IT solution products, environmental hygiene products, and OA supply products for promoting DX
Capital: 294.67 million yen

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