Shareholder Investment Plan
CIBC has elected to issue common shares from treasury, starting with the dividend payable on October 28, 2016.
Dividend Reinvestment Option - Canadian residents only
You may choose to have your dividends reinvested in CIBC common shares without paying brokerage fees or service charges.
Stock Dividend Option - U.S. residents only
You may choose to receive your dividends in the form of CIBC common shares. The stock dividends will be in amounts substantially equivalent to cash dividends, net of applicable withholding taxes. No brokerage commissions or service charges apply.
Share Purchase Option - Canadian residents only
You may purchase additional CIBC common shares without paying brokerage commissions or service charges. Individual purchases may be made for as little as $100 and as frequently as monthly, up to an aggregate of $50,000 in each CIBC fiscal year (November 1 - October 31).
Who may participate?
All Canadian registered holders of CIBC common shares and holders of designated Class A preferred shares may participate in the Plan's Dividend Reinvestment Option and Share Purchase Option. Residents of the United States are eligible to participate in the Plan's Stock Dividend Option. Shareholders residing outside of Canada or the United States are not eligible to participate in the Plan.
Beneficial shareholders who wish to participate in the Plan should contact the financial institution or broker through which they hold their shares to determine if they can participate.
How do I join?
Registered Shareholders with physical share certificates should call AST Trust Company (Canada) in Toronto at 416-682-3860. From elsewhere in Canada or the United States, call us toll free at 1-800-258-0499. You can also send an email to email@example.com@astfinancial.com. An email window will open..
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Beneficial Shareholders with shares held in accounts at financial institutions should contact the institution or broker through which they hold their shares to determine if they can participate.
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