Are you a beneficial or a registered shareholder of Alliance One stock? Your answer is important, as this will determine the services and options available to you.
If you hold shares of Alliance One through a broker or financial institution, your account is in “street name.” This means that, in the company's records, your shares are shown in the name of your broker or financial institution rather than in your name. You are considered a “beneficial shareholder” because you realize all profit and loss associated with the stock even though the certificates are not registered in your name. If you are a beneficial shareholder, the items featured on this page of the Alliance One website will not apply to you. Questions regarding your Alliance One stock and the services available to you should be directed to the broker or financial institution holding your shares.
If you own Alliance One stock and the shares are registered in your name rather than in the name of a broker or financial institution, you are considered a “registered shareholder.” As a registered shareholder, you can access your account online. All of these features are available at no cost to you.
Additionally, Alliance One‘s transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, can assist you with any questions or transactions involving your Alliance One stock.
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
U.S. toll free: 1-800-937-5449
Web address: www.amstock.com
Shareholder e-mail inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company can assist you with any questions or transactions involving your Alliance One stock, such as…