How do I buy and sell shares?
You can buy Globe common shares through one of over 200 stockbrokers who are also members of the Philippine Stock Exchange. The commission charges for buying and selling shares vary based on the value of shares traded. It may also very between different stockbrokers.
How do I purchase stock directly from Globe?
Globe does not offer the ability to purchase stock directly from the Company. If you wish to become a stockholder you will have to purchase your initial shares through a broker. You may check the PSE website for a list of member-brokers.
What is the Company's registered address and number?
27th floor, The Globe Tower
32nd Street, corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
1634, Taguig City, Philippines
On what stock exchange is Globe traded?
Globe common shares are listed and traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange.
What is the stock/ticker symbol for Globe?
Globe's stock symbol is GLO.
Where can I find share price information?
You can visit the Stock Info Section of this website to view end-of-trading price or you can see the price listed in the financial pages of major newspapers.
Where can I find more information on Globe's overall operations and financial results?
Globe's Annual Reports, quarterly Philippine SEC reports and Investors Briefing Presentation materials posted in the website provide the latest overall operations, strategic initiatives and detailed financial information.
Where can I get a copy of the latest financial results announced by Globe?
Copies of the Company's latest financial results can be obtained from the quarterly Philippine SEC reports section of the Investor Relations page.
When does Globe reports its financial results?
Globe announces its results quarterly.
Is Globe's Annual Report online?
Globe's Annual Report is available for downloading as a PDF file from the Annual Reports section of the Investor Relations page.
Will I receive a copy of the interim report?
Following the practice of listed companies, the Company does not distribute paper copies of interim reports to all stockholders. They are, however, available in the Philippine SEC quarterly reports section of the Investor Relations page.
Who is your stock transfer agent and what do they do?
Globe has appointed BPI Stock Transfer as its stock transfer agent. It manages Globe's share register and is responsible for ensuring that shareholder details are recorded accurately.
How do I contact your stock transfer agent?
For shareholder queries such as changing your name, address, dividend payments and shareholder certificates, please contact our stock transfer agent by writing to: Bank of the Philippine Islands Stock Transfer Office 16th Floor, BPI Building Ayala Avenue corner Paseo de Roxas 1226 Makati City, Philippines