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Can I get a copy of Celestica’s annual reports?

Celestica's annual reports for 1998 to 2022 can be accessed online. A hardcopy of these reports can be obtained by contacting Celestica Investor Relations.

Where does Celestica trade and under what symbol?

Celestica trades on the Toronto (TSX) and New York (NYSE) stock exchange under the symbol "CLS".

Do Celestica shares qualify as Canadian content in an RRSP?

Yes. For further clarification, please contact your investment advisor.

Can I buy shares directly from Celestica?
No, shares in Celestica can only be obtained through an investment advisor.
Does Celestica participate in any direct share purchase plans?


Who is Celestica's transfer agent?

For Celestica’s Subordinate Voting Shares, the transfer agent and registrar in Canada is Computershare Trust Company of Canada (100 University Avenue, 9th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2Y1; Tel: 1-800-564-6253).

The transfer agent and registrar in the United States is Computershare Trust Company Inc. (350 Indiana Street, Suite 800, Golden, CO 80401; Tel: 303-262-0600 ext. 4727, Fax; 303-262-0700).

Where can I access Celestica’s securities filings?

Celestica files its regulatory information with securities commissions in both Canada and the U.S.

Which analysts cover Celestica?

A complete list of the analysts following Celestica is available here.

When and at what price did Celestica begin trading?

On June 30, 1998 the Initial Public Offering price of Celestica shares was US$8.75, or CDN$12.87 (on a split-adjusted basis).

Can I receive analyst reports from Celestica?

No, analyst reports are only available directly through the brokerage firms that issue them. For a list of analysts that cover Celestica, please click here.

Who is Celestica's auditor?

4100 Yonge St, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M2P 2H3


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