Calista may have closed its offices, but that’s not stopping the regional Native corporation from distributing spring dividends to its shareholders.
The Calista Board of Directors approved almost $7 million for this distribution, up from last spring’s total of around $6.5 million.
The number of shareholders has also increased by 3,000 in the last year. For the average shareholder with 100 Calista shares, this distribution will be about $200. Calista has more shareholders than any other Native corporation in the state.