Transfer Agent



Transfer Agent, Registrar and Dividend Paying Agent

Computershare Investor Services acts as transfer agent and registrar for UTC shareowners. Computershare Investor Services also distributes dividends to registered shareowners.

Please note that there are two alternative ways to own stock, other than in mutual funds, which are:

  • as a registered shareowner or
  • as a beneficial owner of stock that is held in “street name”

If you are a registered shareowner of UTC stock, your name appears in the company’s shareowner register kept by Computershare Investor Services. You receive dividend checks written on the UTC account with Computershare Investor Services or Direct Deposit of your dividends to your bank account through the Automated Clearing House, or you may qualify to have your dividends reinvested through the Dividend Reinvestment and Stock Purchase Plan administered by Computershare Investor Services.

Registered shareowners may visit Computershare Investor Services’ website for information and assistance or you may contact them by telephone at 1-800-488-9281. If you are calling from outside the United States, you may contact them at 1-781-575-2724.

If your shares are registered in “street name,” your name does not appear anywhere in the company’s shareowner records. Instead, the “street name” of your broker, bank or other nominee who holds the shares for you appears on our records; you are the beneficial owner of the shares. Your dividends are delivered to your broker, bank or other nominee who distributes the dividends to you.

United Technologies Corporation and Computershare Investor Services do not have records of beneficial owners of UTC stock. If you are a beneficial owner of UTC stock, please contact your broker, bank or other nominee for assistance with any questions concerning ownership or dividends.

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