Q. What happens to my shares if a company splits into two separate companies?
Stash treats company splits on a case-to-case basis. If a company you’re invested in should split, Stash will either deliver company payments for shares or offer the shares of the new companies. Should a company split into two, our investment committee would consider the economic reasons for the split and assess the suitability of offering the shares of stock for each company on our platform going forward.…
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