Investor Relations

Investor Questions and Answers

For stock prices, check our Stock page or the NASDAQ National Market listing online. Erie Indemnity Company started trading on the NASDAQ National Market on October 2,1995 under the symbol ERIE.
No, but if your stock is held at a brokerage firm, your quarterly dividends in Erie Indemnity Company Class A Common Stock may automatically be reinvested if you elect to do so.
Erie Indemnity Company Class A Common Stock may be purchased through a stockbroker or an on-line brokerage service.
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How do I transfer ownership of physical stock certificates?
How do I report a change of mailing address?
How do I replace a lost or stolen certificate?
How do I replace a stale, lost or stolen dividend check?
May I have dividend checks mailed directly to my bank?
May I have dividend checks electronically deposited?
How do I get a duplicate 1099 statement for any tax year?
What is a Medallion Signature Guarantee?
Erie Indemnity Company is required by the SEC to release the Company’s earnings within thirty (30) days following the end of the first, second and third quarters and within sixty (60) days following the end of the fourth 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 our:

  • earnings;
  • financial position; and
  • capital requirements and those of our subsidiaries.
Erie Indemnity Company’s annual meeting of shareholders is held in April of each year at our company headquarters in Erie, Pennsylvania.

The Exchange is a reciprocal insurance exchange organized under Article X of Pennsylvania’s Insurance company Law of 1921 under which individuals, partnerships, and corporations are authorized to exchange reciprocal or inter-insurance contracts with each other, or with individuals, partnerships, and corporations of other states and countries, providing indemnity among themselves from any loss which may be insured against under any provision of the insurance laws except life insurance. Each applicant for insurance from the Exchange signs a subscriber’s agreement, which appoints Erie Indemnity Company as the attorney-in-fact for the subscriber (policyholder) to transact the business of the Exchange on their behalf.

Since 1925, Erie Indemnity Company has served as the attorney-in-fact for the policyholders at the Exchange. As attorney-in-fact, Indemnity is required to perform certain services relating to the sales, underwriting and issuance of policies on behalf of the Exchange. Indemnity also provides management services to the Exchange and its insurance subsidiaries.

Our Annual/Quarterly reports and SEC filings can be viewed online. You may also request a printed version of our most recent annual report. E-mail notification of news and announcements is available by registering here.