Investor FAQ's

On which exchanges is Pitney Bowes stock listed?
Pitney Bowes has been listed under the NYSE as PBI since 1950. It is also traded on the Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Pacific and Cincinnati stock exchanges and has also been included in the S&P 500 since 1957.
What is Pitney Bowes' CUSIP number for Pitney Bowes Common Stock?
Pitney Bowes CUSIP #: 724479100
What is Pitney Bowes' stock price?
Stock prices can be found on the Pitney Bowes Investor Relations website: Current Stock Quote or on financial websites under the NYSE ticker symbol PBI.
What is Pitney Bowes' quarterly dividend amount?
Pitney Bowes Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend on the company's common stock of $0.05 per share.
What is Pitney Bowes' debt rating?

Pitney Bowes' long-term / short-term debt and outlook is rated as follows:


Agency            LT Rating 


Moody's            Ba3         


S&P                    BB     



Which security analysts follow Pitney Bowes?

The analysts that follow Pitney Bowes are:

  • Cross Research, Shannon Cross
  • Loop Capital Markets, Ananda Baruah
  • Maxim Group, Allen Klee
  • Northcoast Research, Kartik Mehta
  • Sidoti & Co., Anthony Lebiedzinksi


What is the date of the last stock split?
January 20, 1998 was the date of the last stock split. At that time, it split 2 for 1
What is Pitney Bowes' Enterprise Risk Management strategy?

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a framework for the company to respond to challenges and to integrate risk information into key decision processes. It is a structured, consistent and continuous process that is applied across the organization and allows us to better understand and address our material risks. It is an integral part of the strategic planning and corporate finance activities. By identifying and proactively addressing risks and opportunities, we protect and create value for our stakeholders, including owners, employees, customers, regulators, and society overall.


At Pitney Bowes, we follow three principles in implementing and sustaining our approach to ERM. We establish clear accountability through the governance process, from the business unit, up through the board of directors. Second, we identify our risks and opportunities and measure their probability and severity. Our program prioritizes and facilitates risk mitigation, resulting in improved processes and enhanced strategic dialogue. Finally, we ensure visibility by including ERM as a measured objective for all of our senior management leaders.



What is Pitney Bowes' view towards environmental stewardship?

Pitney Bowes has extended our commitment to environmental stewardship by incorporating life cycle approaches and strategic partnerships into our corporate initiatives.


As an example, we have completed a baseline carbon footprint of the customer's mailstream in order to identify opportunities to improve their environmental performance.


Pitney Bowes is also leading efforts in the mailing industry by significantly increasing our research and partnerships to address environmental sustainability of mail. Pitney Bowes is an active participant in the USPS Greening of the Mail Task Force and the Direct Marketing Association's Committee for Environment and Social Responsibility. We initiated the Aspen's Institute's Environmental Task Force for the International Mailing Initiative. In 2007 we were a founding member of the Eco Patent Commons with IBM, Nokia, Sony, and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. In 2008, Pitney Bowes established a partnership with the World Environment Center.


Pitney Bowes invests in sustainable programs to reduce our environmental impact, meet the needs of the community in which we operate and remain a transparent leader in promoting environmental practices within the mailing industry.



What is Pitney Bowes' approach to Corporate Citizenship?

At Pitney Bowes, corporate citizenship is more than a responsibility: it's our way of doing business. Our focus on corporate citizenship flows through every facet of our business. We are committed to building on our leadership role in corporate citizenship and know that the innovative management of economic, social, and environmental issues serves the best interests of all our stakeholders, from customers to employees to shareholders, and will sustain our company long into the future.


Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of our culture.


Our employee wellness programs enhance the well-being of our employees and improve productivity.


Environmental stewardship is essential to the sustainability of our industry.


We actively support charitable organizations that address the critical issues of literacy and education, engage our employees, and enhance the quality of life in our communities. Strategic philanthropy and active volunteerism help strengthen our communities now and for generations to come.


We believe we do better as a corporation - and as individuals - by doing good. Pitney Bowes has built its business around this principle and we continue to set new and higher standards for corporate citizenship year after year.



What is Pitney Bowes' philanthropic focus?
Pitney Bowes is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve. Each year, we donate approximately $5 million to worthy causes through grants and matching gifts. We encourage employee involvement, and our employees donate thousands of hours in support of literacy programs as well as other community efforts.

The Pitney Bowes Foundation is focused on initiatives that develop the workforce of the future and help close the achievement gap. Students from every background need and deserve the opportunity to live up to their potential. The Pitney Bowes Foundation invests in organizations such as Reading is Fundamental, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship, National Center for Family Literacy, and the National Urban League that provide important educational opportunities for students who need them most.