Investor FAQs

Ingersoll Rand became a publicly traded company in 1905, but the company has a business history dating back to 1871. Ingersoll Rand's common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol "IR." Ingersoll Rand has been continuously listed on the NYSE since 1906 and is among the top 10 continuously listed companies on the NYSE.

Since 1980, Ingersoll Rand stock has split on four occasions. On July 13, 1987, Ingersoll Rand issued a five-for-two split. On June 2, 1992, Ingersoll Rand issued a two-for-one split, on September 3, 1997 Ingersoll Rand issued a three-for-two split and on September 1, 2005 a two-for-one split.

Ingersoll Rand's stock transfer agent is Computershare. Telephone inquiries can be directed to (201) 680-6860 (inside the U.S.) or (201) 680-5800 (other locations). You can also visit Computershare Shareowner Services online. Shareholder proxy voting is available online and handled through Computershare.

Ingersoll Rand's Fiscal Year follows the calendar year. Earnings for each quarter are generally released during the middle of the months of January, April, July and October. Specific earnings release dates are available by visiting our Event Calendar in this section, Investor Relations.

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