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For stock prices, check our Stock page or the NASDAQ National Market listing in the newspaper. Erie Indemnity Company started trading on the NASDAQ National Market on October 2, 1995 under the symbol ERIE.
Yes. Erie Indemnity Company is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is a publicly-owned company.
No, but if your stock is held at a brokerage firm they may automatically invest your quarterly dividends in Erie Indemnity Company Class A Common Stock if you elect to do so.
Through a stockbroker or other brokerage service that allows on-line trading.
Directly contact our transfer Agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company for instructions.
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
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How do I get a duplicate 1099 statement for any tax year?
What is a Medallion Signature Guarantee?
Generally earnings announcements occur during the week of the 15th of the month following the end of the calendar quarter.
We have paid regular quarterly cash dividends since 1942. Our board of directors considers the declaration of cash dividends on a quarterly basis. The payment of future dividends, if any, will be at the discretion of our board of directors and will depend upon many factors, including:
There can be no assurance as to the declaration of future dividends.
In April of each year. The meeting is held at our company headquarters in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Yes. Erie Indemnity Company is the attorney-in-fact for Erie Insurance Exchange, a reciprocal insurer.
A reciprocal is an unincorporated group of persons known as subscribers who, under a common name, exchange insurance contracts with each other for the purpose of providing indemnity among themselves from losses through a common attorney-in-fact. Each subscriber gives a power of attorney under which the attorney-in-fact represents each subscriber in exchanging insurance contracts with the other subscribers. The Erie Insurance Exchange is a reciprocal insurer.
An attorney-in-fact is a legal entity (Erie Indemnity Company, a corporate attorney-in-fact) that is legally appointed by another (subscribers of the Erie Insurance Exchange) to transact business on its behalf.