Timken shareholders and new investors can find helpful information and resources here, including definitions distinguishing registered and beneficial shareholders; links for the company's stock purchase and dividend reinvestment plans; and contact information for Timken's transfer agent and registrar.
You are a registered shareholder of The Timken Company if you hold physical stock certificates or if your stock certificates are electronically registered with our transfer agent Wells Fargo Shareowner Services. Registered Shareholders are listed in the Company’s shareholder register maintained by Wells Fargo Shareowner Services.
You are a beneficial shareholder if your shares are held through a brokerage account, as opposed to registered directly in your name. This is also referred to as holding shares in "street name".
Please note that The Timken Company and Wells Fargo Shareowner Services do not have records of beneficial shareholders of Timken stock. If you are a beneficial shareholder of Timken stock, you should contact your broker, bank or other nominee for assistance.
Stock Purchase Plan
This program allows current shareholders and new investors the opportunity to purchase shares of common stock without a broker.
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)
Shareholders of record may increase their investment in the company by reinvesting their dividends at no cost.
Contact Timken’s transfer agent and registrar.