ADR.

Our ADR program is administered by Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas.

An American Depositary Receipt (ADR) is a receipt that is issued by a United States depositary bank that represents shares of a foreign corporation held by the bank. We use an ADR to trade our shares in the US.

ADRs may be attractive to foreign investors as they do not carry the risks associated with cross-border and cross-currency transactions, but trade just like any other stock. ADRs are quoted in US dollars, pay dividends in US dollars and trade just like the share of a US company.

Our ADR program is administered by Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas. US investors can call Deutsche Bank broking desk on +1 212 250 9100 in New York or +44 207 547 6500 in London.

The details of the Legal & General ADR are as follows:

Trading symbol: LGGNY
CUSIP: 52463 H 103
Exchange: OTC (Over-the-Counter)
Ratio: One Legal & General ADR is equivalent to five Legal & General ordinary shares.

ADR price quotations and other information can be obtained from the Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipts Service website.

Read the FAQs on Legal & General's ADR programme

Please contact your broker or Deutsche Bank for further information on Legal & General ADRs.


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