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The Board of Directors (“the Board”) of Atcom Technologies Limited (“the Company”) understands the importance of shareholders’ confidence and trust in the Company. In order to preserve the same with transparency and to ensure that there is no conflict of interest or any apprehension in the minds of its shareholders, the Board of the Company, has adopted the Dividend Distribution Policy (“the Policy”) and procedures with respect to Dividends declared/ recommended by the Company in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 43A of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (“SEBI Listing Regulations”) as amended from time to time.

The Dividend Distribution Policy (“the Policy”) establishes the principles to ascertain amounts that can be distributed to equity shareholders as dividend by the Company as well as enable the Company to strike balance between payout and retained earnings, in order to address future needs of the Company. The policy shall come into force for accounting periods beginning from April 1, 2016.


The Company has an objective of appropriately rewarding shareholders through dividends and long-term capital appreciation. The profits earned by the Company may either be retained in business or used for acquisitions, expansion or diversification, or it can be distributed to the shareholders as dividend.

The Company would ensure to strike the right balance between the quantum of dividend paid and amount of profits retained in the business for various purposes. Through this policy, the Company would endeavor to maintain a consistent approach to dividend pay-out plans by reconciling between all these needs.

Pursuant to provisions of Section 123 of the Companies Act, 2013 and rules made thereunder, the Board may declare interim dividend or recommend final dividend, payable to the existing shareholders of the Company subject to shareholders’ approval. The Board may consider the free cash flow position, profit earned during that year, capex requirements, applicable taxes, overall market situation and other requisite parameters as per company’s state of profitability.

The Board, as they deem fit, may declare the interim dividend, one or more times in a financial year in line with this policy. This would be in order to supplement the annual dividend or in exceptional situations. Whereas, the final dividend is paid once for the financial year after the annual accounts are prepared.

The Board of Directors of the Company has the power to recommend the payment of final dividend to the shareholders in an Annual General Meeting.

Subject to the provisions of the Companies Act,2013, dividend shall be declared or paid only out of:

(i) Profit of current financial year;

a) After providing for depreciation in accordance with law;

b) After transferring to reserves, such amount as may be prescribed or as may be otherwise considered appropriate by the Board at its discretion.

(ii) The profits for any previous financial year(s):

a) After providing for depreciation in accordance with law;

b) Out of remaining undistributed amount; or

(iii) Out of (i) & (ii) both In computing the above, the Board may, at its discretion, subject to provisions of the law, exclude any or all of (i) extraordinary charges (ii) exceptional charges (iii) one off charges on account of change in laws or rules or accounting policies or accounting standards

(iv) provisions or write offs on account of impairment in investments (long term or short term)

(v) non-cash charges pertaining to amortization or ESOP or resulting from change in accounting policies or accounting standards.

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