If you have a question about your Goldcorp investment, you may find the answer in the list below. To email or call an Investor Relations representative, refer to the contacts in the Corporate Directory.
Goldcorp was originally incorporated March 31, 1994. After the acquisition of Glamis the company was amalgamated effective December 1, 2006, which became the new Date of Incorporation.
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Please visit SEDAR or EDGAR to source Goldcorp’s filings.
2 for 1 Split – July 10, 1996
2 for 1 Split – May 17, 2002
Goldcorp does not buy and sell stock directly. Contact a registered broker to purchase shares of Goldcorp common stock.
Registered owners of securities hold their securities directly and most often physically possess a certificate evidencing their position.
Non-registered owners hold their securities through a brokerage firm or other financial intermediary. Most investors choose to own securities in non-registered form, primarily for reasons of convenience. Another term for non-registered holders is “beneficial owner”. Non-registered securities are sometimes referred to as “street form”.
No, Goldcorp is not a Passive Foreign Investment Company for US taxpayers.
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It’s available for download on the Reports & Filings- Annual page.
If you prefer a hard copy version, order a copy from our Request Information Package.
Investor materials are available for download on the Investor Resources Page.
If you prefer a hard copy version, order a kit from our Request Information Package.
If you’re a shareholder, please submit your address change (include your previous address) to the Transfer Agent, CIBC Mellon (effective November 2010, shareholder records are maintained by Canadian Stock Transfer ('CST') as administrative agent for CIBC Mellon Trust):
call toll-free: 1-800-387-0825
outside Canada & US: +1-416-682-3860
Visit the Canadian Stock Transfer website, find the Investor Services, and find the Replace Certificates page.
Send a query to Goldcorp’s Transfer Agent, CIBC Mellon Trust at email@example.com. (Effective November 2010, shareholder records are maintained by Canadian Stock Transfer ('CST') as administrative agent for CIBC Mellon Trust Company.)
You will be required to provide the company name on the share certificates. Note that there may be restrictions on the transaction. Some transactions are limited to a defined period, often six years, when the shares can be exchanged for Goldcorp shares.
Depending on the circumstances, there are different steps to follow. Please review these options to see what applies to you:
- If you have the certificate in hand, you should send the original copy to Goldcorp’s transfer agent, CIBC Mellon Trust Company (P.O. Box 700, Station B, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 3K3 Canada). New certificates will be issued in the correct name.
With respect to the Estate, you will need to present the proper documentation in order to receive the new certificate.
- If the share certificates are for a company that was acquired by Goldcorp, there are addition al steps to follow. In addition, there may be restrictions on the transaction. Some transactions are limited to a defined period, often six years, when the shares can be exchanged for Goldcorp shares.
You will be required to validate the share certificates and your eligibility to exchange the share certificates for Goldcorp share certificates. To do this, send the following information to Goldcorp’s transfer agent, CIBC Mellon Trust Company (P.O. Box 700, Station B, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 3K3 Canada).
Goldcorp and its board of directors regularly evaluate the dividend policy in light of current metals prices and corporate capital programs. In 2010 and 2011 the dividend was increased, and if strong metals prices continue, there is the potential it will be increased.
Pursuant to new tax legislation, Canadian resident individuals who receive “eligible dividends in 2005 and subsequent years will be entitled to an enhanced gross-up and dividend tax credit on such dividends. Goldcorp has designated that all dividends paid in 2006 and subsequent years by Goldcorp Inc., are “eligible dividends” for these purposes.
Canadian dividends should be considered as foreign income. The appropriate income tax form should be completed to receive any credit from taxes paid on the dividend.
First, take the share price on the date when the shares were purchased or received, then take the share price at market close of the date the shares were sold, or the average over a 10-day or 20-day trading period.
Please note that this is not, and is not to be construed as, legal or tax advice to any particular Shareholder. All Shareholders should consult their own tax advisers regarding any Canadian or United States federal income tax consequences.
Goldcorp does not provide tax information on the trading of shares. Please seek assistance from your tax or financial advisor.