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Learn more about investing in Mondelēz International: how to contact our company’s transfer agent, EQ Shareowner Services; information on our Dividend Reinvestment Plan or Direct Stock Purchase program; and find out which Analysts cover our company.

For questions regarding the acquisition of Wells Fargo Shareowner Services by Equiniti Group plc (“Equiniti”) contact EQ Shareowner Services by phone: 1-866-655-7238 or e-mail

 

Direct Stock Purchase Program

Mondelēz International has instituted both a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) and Direct Stock Purchase program (DSPP). The Mondelēz International DSPP/DRP, sponsored by EQ Shareowner Services, requires payment by the participant of the brokerage commissions and dividend reinvestment-related fees. Information about the fee schedule associated with the Mondelēz International DSPP/DRP can be found in the Mondelēz International Plan brochure on the EQ Shareowner Services.

To request plan materials or learn more about Mondelēz International’s Dividend Reinvestment Plan or Direct Stock Purchase program, you may contact EQ Shareowner Services, the plan administrator, either through the mail, by phone, or via the internet.

To contact EQ Shareowner Services by mail:

Investment Plan for Mondelēz International
c/o EQ Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 101
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

Contact EQ Shareowner Services by phone: 1-866-655-7238 or e-mail

 

Analyst Coverage:

Argus Research, John Starzak

Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bryan Spillane

Barclays Capital, Andrew Lazar

Berenberg, Fintan Ryan

Bernstein Research, Alexia Howard

BMO Capital Markets, Ken Zaslow

Buckingham Research, Eric Larson

Citigroup, David Driscoll

Consumer Edge Research, Jonathan P. Feeney

Credit Suisse Securities LLC, Robert Moskow

Deutsche Bank, Rob Dickerson

Gabelli, Sarah Donnelly

Goldman Sachs, Jason English

JP Morgan, Ken Goldman

Morgan Stanley, Matt Grainger

Morningstar Equity Research, Erin Lash

Piper Jaffray, Michael Lavery

RBC Capital Markets, David Palmer

Societe Generale, Warren Ackerman

Stifel Nicolaus, Chris Growe

Susquehanna Financial Group, Pablo Zuanic

UBS, Steve Strycula

Wells Fargo Securities, John Baumgartner