Investor FAQs

On what exchange are OFG’s share listed?
OFG common shares and three series of preferred shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
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What are OFG's ticker symbols?
OFG common shares are traded under the symbol OFG and its preferred shares are traded under the symbols OFGPRA, OFGPRB and OFGPRD.
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Does OFG pay dividends?
Yes, OFG pays dividends on its common and preferred shares. For more information, visit our Stock Splits & Dividends page.
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What are OFG's CUSIP numbers?
OFG Common Shares: 67103X102; OFG Preferred Series A: 67103X201; OFG Preferred Series B: 67103X300; OFG Preferred Series D: 67103X409
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How can I purchase OFG shares?
OFG shares can be purchased through a licensed broker. OFG does not offer a direct purchase program.
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How do I calculate the cost of my OFG shares on a split adjusted basis?
You may calculate the cost using our Investment Calculator on our Stock Quote page.
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Who is OFG's Transfer Agent?
American Stock Transfer & Trust Co., 59 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038, (800) 937-5449, www.amstock.com.
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Who is OFG's Auditor?
KPMG LLP
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How do I replace a stock certificate?
If your stock certificate is lost, stolen, or destroyed, notify American Stock Transfer & Trust at the address, telephone number or website noted above.
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How do I transfer my shares, if I own them in certificate form, to a new owner?
Contact American Stock Transfer & Trust at the address, telephone number or website noted above.
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From a tax point of view, do OFG common shares and its Preferred Series A, B, and D shares pay dividends? Are those dividends 'ordinary' and 'qualified'? What tax forms does OFG issue to dividend recipients?
The cash dividend paid on OFG common and preferred shares is considered to be a dividend for tax purposes (it is not interest). These dividends are considered to be "ordinary" and "qualified" because OFG is a domestic US financial holding company (it is not a foreign company) whose shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Mainland US resident investors receive Puerto Rico Form 480.6C reporting this information for tax purposes. The information is also reported on IRS Form 1099-Div. Puerto Rico resident investors receive Form 408.6 A or B (Informative Return).
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What are the tax laws regarding capital gains arising from ownership of shares of Puerto Rico companies?
Tax treatment regarding capital gains is generally the same in Puerto Rico and mainland U.S. Whether you are an individual or institutional investor, you should always consult with your tax advisor as to the tax consequences of your OFG capital gains.
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When do OFG's fiscal year and quarters end?
OFG's fiscal year is the same as the calendar year. Its first, second and third quarters close on March 31, June 30 and September 30, respectively.
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When was OFG founded?
OFG, through predecessor entities, has been in business since 1964.
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How did OFG get its name?
The predecessor entity was founded on the Eastern side of Puerto Rico and named after that; "Eastern" in Spanish is "Oriental." Oriental later changed its name to Oriental Financial Group with the stock ticker OFG, and generally became known as “OFG.” In 2013, shareholders changed the name of the Company to OFG Bancorp to better reflect the transformation of the Company, and its future growth plans.
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Does OFG have a Code of Business Conduct and Ethics?
Yes. To get a copy of it, visit our Corporate Governance page.
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