A variety of pertinent and convenient information and services available to stockholders of IBM.
Investor services program
IBM stock can be bought through a stock brokerage firm, bank, or generally through a financial institution that provides brokerage services. The IBM transfer agent, Computershare Trust Company, N.A., not IBM, also sponsors and administers the IBM Investor Services Program which contains a purchasing feature.
You can obtain information on the IBM Investor Services Program by going to Computershare Trust Company, N.A.
You are a registered stockholder if you have your stock in certificate form or if your stock is held in book-entry at the transfer agent, Computershare (formerly known as EquiServe).
Computershare web site users can view complete share balances, obtain the current market value of an account, get dividend information, print forms, issue and sell shares and order account statements.
About the Investor services program
Sponsored and administered by Computershare, IBM's transfer agent, the Investor Services Program provides a simple and convenient method to purchase, hold, and sell IBM common stock that is available for use by all common stockholders of record.
IBM's 2014 Annual Meeting of Stockholders was held on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 10 a.m. in the Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center, 1000 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Contains a collection of information, materials, and reports that help the prospective or new investor better understand and evaluate the investment potential of IBM stock.
To download some and print out forms to assist in managing your stockholder account.
Computershare Trust Company, N.A., is IBM's transfer agent, registrar and is the administrator for the IBM Employees Stock Purchase Plan, the IBM Dividend Re-investment Plan and the Investor Services Program.
Consent for materials online
Accessing your International Business Machines Corporation annual meeting materials (annual report, notice of annual meeting and proxy statement, and proxy/voting instruction card) online requires that you have access to the Internet, which may result in charges to you from your Internet Service Provider and/or telephone companies.
Featured FAQs for stockholders
Frequently Asked Questions applicable to IBM stockholders.