On April 7, 2016, Under Armour completed its distribution of its new Class C non-voting common stock. Under Armour now has two publicly traded classes of common stock on the New York Stock Exchange – Class C and Class A – trading under the ticker symbols “UA” and “UAA” respectively.
A summary side-by-side comparison of the Class C and Class A stock as well as some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the differences between the two classes of stock can be found below:
|FAQs Under Armour Common Stock|
|Side By Side Common Stock Breakdown|
A summary of the reasons for the creation of the Class C stock can be found in the letter to shareholders from Kevin Plank, Chairman and CEO, dated June 15, 2015, a copy of which is provided below.
You can also visit the Stock Info-Class C Stock Information section of this website for additional information.