Update Your Shareholding
Are you receiving regular dividend payments from your nib shares?
We currently have more than 4,000 shareholders with unclaimed dividends totalling $260,000 referrable to the past five years or more. Unfortunately we have been unable to pay these dividends to relevant shareholders as we do not have their current direct credit details.
If you are one of these shareholders and don't act soon the payment of these unclaimed dividends will be revoked. You have until 1 October 2019 to provide your shareholder direct credit instructions and claim any unclaimed dividends to which you are entitled.
After this date, the portion of unclaimed dividends that has remained unclaimed for five years will be transferred to nib foundation to support charitable organisations to deliver health and wellbeing initiatives in communities across Australia.
If you need assistance or have any questions about nib's unclaimed dividends please contact us.
To check if this affects you and claim before it's too late*:
Login and check we have your correct contact and bank details. There you'll also be alerted to any unclaimed dividends owing to you.
*You will need your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) which is available on your shareholder paperwork. For more information on locating your SRN/HIN visit our FAQS.
Once we have received your updated contact and bank details you can sit back and relax. The dividends owing to you will be paid into your account within two weeks.
Updating your details
Keep your shareholding up to date with our share registry, Computershare, to ensure you receive all the latest shareholder information, dividend payments and statements.
You can easily and securely update your:
- Banking details
- Address details
- Email details
- Communication details
All you need to have on hand is your Security Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) and your postcode.
View your Shareholders history
Looking for past information on your shareholding or want to know how many shares you own? It's simple, just login below to view your shareholder history including:
- Holding summary
- Transaction history
- Holding statements
- Payment history
- Tax history
- Payment statements