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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How can I purchase shares in Capital One?

If you would like to purchase stock in Capital One, contact your stockbroker. If you are already a shareholder, you may purchase additional shares through monthly optional cash investments. There are certain restrictions, like a monthly minimum of $50 and a maximum of $10,000, so please read the prospectus for full details. The prospectus is available from our transfer agent, Computershare Trust Company, N.A. You may contact them by writing or phoning:

 

Computershare Trust Company, N.A.
PO Box 43069
Providence, RI 02940-3069
1-888-985-2057
When did Capital One first become a public company?
On November 16, 1994, the Company completed its initial public offering of 11.5 percent of its common stock outstanding. On February 28, 1995, Signet's remaining shares of Capital One were distributed to its shareholders.
What was the price of Capital One’s initial public offering?
The offering price was $16 a share ($5.33 split-adjusted).
How can I determine the cost basis for Capital One Stock that I got as a result of the spin-off from Signet Bank?

Not only do you need to determine the cost basis for the Capital One Common Stock that you received, you also need to determine a new cost basis for your Signet Common Stock, which changed as a result of the Capital One distribution.

For every share of Signet Common Stock that you held at the time of the distribution, you received one share of Capital One Common Stock. The cost basis for tax purposes for your Capital One Common Stock is 49.31 percent of the price that you paid (adjusted for any stock splits) for each share of the Signet Common Stock that you held at the time of the Capital One distribution. The cost basis for tax purposes for your Signet Common Stock is 50.69 percent of the price that you paid (adjusted for stock splits) for each share of the Signet Common Stock that you held at the time of the Capital One distribution. Your holding time for your Capital One Common Stock will include the holding period for your Signet Common Stock.

On what stock exchanges are Capital One’s shares traded and what is the ticker symbol?
The Company’s Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange with the symbol COF.

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