Corporate Client Shareowner Services

Since 1929, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (WFSS) has been the transfer agent division of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Offering a complete array of services, WFSS services more than 850 issuers and their shareholders.

Our team of dedicated professionals provides:

  • Stock transfer agent services
    • Registrar and transfer agent
  • Proxy and annual meeting services
  • Corporate action services
    • Paying agent
    • Exchange agent
    • Initial and secondary public offerings
  • Investment plan services
    • Dividend reinvestment plans
    • Direct purchase plans
    • Employee stock purchase plans
    • Dividend disbursements
    • Waiver discount feature

Why Wells Fargo?

Clients have rated us as the industry’s best service provider for 14 of the past 15 years.

We view our relationship with you as long term, and will work with you over time to support your needs — Wells Fargo Shareowner Services is a cornerstone product of Wells Fargo, and we are dedicated to remaining an industry leader.

Our team of professionals average more than 20 years in the industry, and are well versed in the intricacies of today’s changing markets and regulations. We guide you through your stock transfer decisions with assurance, whether you’re switching transfer agents, executing a complex corporate action, or taking your company public.

When you select Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, you enlist the resources of one of the world’s largest financial institutions. 

  • Vast in-house expertise in trading and funds management, as well as enterprise capabilities in IT systems, printing services, and more
  • Stringent compliance, privacy, and business continuity preparedness
  • Technology support and guidance from Wells Fargo Internet services
    • Best corporate/institutional digital bank in the U.S. (World’s best corporate/institutional digital banks in North America, 2015, Global Finance magazine)
    • #1 for clear and simple security and privacy information, extensive money management tools, and wide variety of alerts – 2014 (U.S. online banking benchmark, 2015 Forrester Research)