Who should I contact with questions about my ordinary share account?
Delphi's ordinary share accounts are maintained and administered by Delphi's transfer agent, Computershare. You may contact Computershare via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone at 1-877-373-6374 (within the United States) or 1-781-575-2879 (outside the United States), or in writing at P.O Box 30170, College Station, TX 77842-3170
What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for Delphi shares?
The stock symbol for Delphi Automotive PLC (“Delphi") is DLPH and the CUSIP number is G27823 106. (CUSIP stands for Committee on Uniform Security Identification Procedures, an American Bankers Association entity that developed a system to uniquely identify securities trading in the United States.) Delphi shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
What is the CUSIP and ISIN number for Delphi Senior notes?
To purchase Delphi ordinary shares, please contact your stock broker.
Does Delphi pay dividends?
Yes, Delphi pays a quarterly dividend.
Does Delphi have a direct stock purchase plan?
Delphi does not currently offer a direct stock purchase plan.
When did Delphi become a publicly traded company?
November 17, 2011.
When are earnings results announced and how can I receive information on earnings?
Earnings are disclosed on a quarterly basis with a fiscal year-end of December 31. Please reference our Events and Announcement’s tab (click here) for updates on upcoming events. To sign-up for email notification of upcoming events including earnings calls please click here.
How can I be put on Delphi’s electronic distribution list?
To be placed on Delphi’s electronic distribution list to receive email notification of the following items, please click here.
I owned shares in Delphi Corporation prior to the bankruptcy, do my shares convert to the new DLPH shares?
When the former Delphi Corporation emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in October 2009 it was renamed DPH Holdings Corp. ("Old Delphi") and all of its outstanding common stock was cancelled and extinguished. Prior ownership of shares in Old Delphi does not give rise to any interest in new Delphi.