Investor FAQs

How do I buy and sell Signet shares?

The Company's stock symbol is SIG on both the New York Stock Exchange and London Stock Exchange. You can buy/sell shares through a stockbroker, your bank or an online trading service. Signet Jewelers does not offer a direct stock purchase program or give investment advice.

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Now that Signet has purchased Zale, what happens to my shares of Zale stock?

If a broker holds your shares, your broker will handle the exchange for you. Please contact your broker with payment questions. If you hold certificates for your shares or your shares are held in book-entry form on the records of the Paying Agent, you must complete a Letter of Transmittal. You can expect to receive payment about 10 business days after Wells Fargo receives your certificates and the Letter of Transmittal. If you have any questions, please call 1-877-262-8260.

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What is Signet's ticker symbol?

Our Common Shares are traded on the New York and London stock exchanges under symbol SIG.

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What is Signet's CUSIP number?

G81276100

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I have a question about my shares. Who should I contact?

For issues such as gifting shares, lost certificate, proxy materials, and change of address or name, please contact:

For US registered shares:

American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
Peck Slip Station
PO Box 2050, New York NY 10272-2050 USA
Telephone (toll-free from US): + 1 866 249 2593
International: +1 718 921 8137

For UK registered shares:

Capita Registrars
The Registry
34 Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 4TU UK
Telephone: 0870 162 3100
Telephone (overseas): +44 0 208 639 2157
Facsimile: +44 0 208 639 2342
E-mail: ssd@capitaregistrars.com

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How do I get a copy of the Annual Report on Form 10-K?

Download it here: Signet Annual Report

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Does Signet pay a dividend?

Yes. See our dividend history on our Financial Metrics page.

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What changes have been made to the equity structure since 1988?

Before September 11, 2008, Signet's shares traded in the US as American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”), which were introduced onto the NASDAQ on July 13, 1988. At that time, each ADR represented three ordinary shares. On September 4, 1997, the ratio of ADRs to ordinary shares changed to 1:30. On October 18, 2004, the market for the ADRs was moved to the NYSE and the ratio of ADRs to ordinary shares changed to 1:10.

On September 11, 2008, ADRs were consolidated on a 1:2 basis and exchanged for shares in Signet Jewelers.

The UK ordinary shares were redenominated into US dollars on February 5, 2007, with each share becoming a 0.9 cent ordinary share (previously being 0.5 pence ordinary shares). On September 11, 2008, UK shares underwent a 1:20 share consolidation (reverse stock split) and were then exchanged for shares in Signet Jewelers.

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I’m an individual investor whose share are held in registered name through the UK transfer agent Capita. Can I sell my shares?

Yes. We have a "postal share dealing service". Click here for details.

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