Dividend and Share Purchase Plan

Common and preferred shareholders wishing to acquire additional common shares of the Bank may take advantage of a cost-free Dividend and Share Purchase Plan
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The Plan provides a convenient method for eligible shareholders either to invest cash dividends in new common shares of the Bank or to receive dividends in the form of additional common shares of the Bank (stock dividends).

As well, eligible shareholders may invest up to $20,000 per fiscal year in the purchase of additional common shares.

Participants pay no brokerage commission or service charges of any kind, and all administrative costs of the Plan are paid by the Bank.

NOTE: International Holders wishing to make an Optional Cash Purchase should contact Computershare (Tel. 514-982-7555) for the OCP form appropriate to their country of residence.
For holders of preferred shares of the Bank, please refer to the Bank's Annual Information Form dated December 1, 2015 for a description of the material attributes of the Bank's common shares. A copy of the Bank's Annual Information Form is available at www.sedar.com

Common shares to which participants become entitled under the DRIP and the OCP shall be, at the election of the Bank, either newly issued from treasury or outstanding common shares purchased on the secondary market. Common shares purchased on the secondary market in accordance with the DRIP and the OCP may be acquired on or after an ex-dividend date ‎for a Bank dividend payment, in which case such common shares will not be entitled to the applicable dividend payment of the Bank. Learn more about Information on the Bank’s common share ex-dividend dates.

For additional information on participation in the Plan, write, phone, or fax the Transfer Agent:

Computershare Trust Company of Canada
100 University Ave, 8th floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5J 2Y1

Tel. 1-877-982-8767
Fax: 1-888-453-0330
E-mail: service@computershare.com



Shareholder Contact Information

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Common Share - Closing Prices

A history of the daily closing prices (1983 - present) for the Bank's common share traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.