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FAQs

1.When was Allergan first established?
 Founded in 1984, we were incorporated in 1985 and went public in 1993 as Watson Pharmaceutical, Inc. On October 31, 2012, Watson completed the acquisition of Actavis Group and effective January 24, 2013 adopted a new global name Actavis plc. Following the acquisition of Allergan in March 2015, Actavis officially became Allergan plc on June 15, 2015.
2.Where is Allergan stock listed?
 Allergan’s stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and began trading under the ticker symbol AGN on June 15, 2015 to reflect the change to our new global name, Allergan plc. Prior to this, as Actavis plc the company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ACT.
3.With the recent name change from Actavis plc to Allergan plc what, if anything do I need to do with my current Actavis plc and Allergan, Inc. stock certificates? Are my stock certificates still valid? Do I need to submit my old certificates for new certificates reflecting the Allergan plc name?
 While your current Actavis plc stock certificates will remain valid and you are not required to submit for new certificates due to the corporate name change to Allergan plc you do have the option of requesting new certificates. In order to request a new stock certificate, you will need to submit the original stock certificate along with a letter of instruction indicating that you would like to have your shares reflected on a new stock certificate reflecting the new name, Allergan plc. Please contact Allergan’s stock transfer agent, Computershare, to complete the request for your new stock certificates.

Contact:
Stock Transfer Agent
Computershare
PO Box 43001
Providence RI 02940
Toll Free: 855-807-3171
Local: 781-575-4442
www.computershare.com
4.Can I purchase Actavis stock directly through the company?
 The company currently does not have a program for the direct purchase of company stock.
5.Does Allergan have a dividend reinvestment program (D.R.I.P.)?
 Since Allergan is still a growing company, we continue to reinvest our profits back into the business. Therefore, we do not pay a dividend nor do we have a dividend re-investment program at this time.
6.I've lost my stock certificates. How would I go about replacing them?
 Please contact Allergan's stock transfer agent, Computershare, and request the paperwork for lost and/or damaged stock certificates. After your completed paperwork is returned to the transfer agent and approved, your old certificates will be verified as null and void and new certificates will be issued.

Contact:
Computershare
PO Box 43001
Providence RI 02940
Toll Free: 855-807-3171
Local: 781-575-4442
www.computershare.com
7.I own Allergan stock but never get an annual report or notice of the annual meeting. How can that be?
 If you've changed addresses since first owning the stock, you might want to be sure the transfer agent has your most current address on file. If you have your stock certificates in your personal possession, you are responsible for notifying the transfer agent of any change in personal information, including changes of address, etc. If your stock is held in a brokerage account, your broker is responsible for maintaining your accurate information with Actavis' transfer agent, Computershare. Since company press releases and quarterly financial reports are available online, Actavis does not mail this information to current or prospective investors, unless requested in writing. To receive hard-copy company information, please write to:

Allergan plc
Investor Relations Department
Morris Corporate Center III
400 Interpace Parkway
Parsippany, NJ 07054
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