If you have Questions
Worthington's shareholder records and Dividend Reinvestment Program are administered by our stock transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services. Since Wells Fargo Shareowner Services is the keeper of our records, for most inquiries it is usually quicker and more efficient if your correspondence is addressed directly to Wells Fargo Shareowner Services. In this category are questions concerning:
Correspondence address and the address used for Dividend Reinvestment Program Brochure is as follows:
Questions for Worthington should be forwarded to:
Dividend Reinvestment Program
The Worthington Industries Dividend Reinvestment Program offers shareholders a convenient and economical method of using quarterly dividends and any supplemental cash investments to increase their holdings in Worthington. Through this program, registered shareholders may use their Worthington dividends to acquire additional shares. They may also elect to purchase additional shares with cash contribution from a minimum of $50 a month to a maximum of $5000 a month. Worthington pays all administrative charges and brokerage commissions associated with the purchase of shares through the program. Use of this program is entirely voluntary, and shareholders may join or withdraw at any time.
Benefits to our shareholders
The Worthington Dividend Reinvestment Program is designed for all registered Worthington shareholders, large and small. These are some of the benefits:
To request a Dividend Reinvestment Program brochure
You may request a brochure
by contacting Wells Fargo Shareowner Services:
Dividend Direct Deposit
Common Shareholders of Worthington may have their dividends deposited into their savings or checking account at any bank that is a member of the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system. Information describing this service and an authorization form can be requested from the transfer agent shown above.