Following the split, Xerox will trade on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as two independent identities under two different symbols.
According to the OEM, its post-split company Conduent will trade under the symbol CNDT, while Xerox will continue to trade on as XRX.
“Our separation into Xerox and Conduent will create two independent, Fortune 500-scale, publicly traded companies with distinct and compelling investment propositions and differentiated financial profiles, growth drivers and business prospects,” said Ashok Vemuri(pictured), recently appointed CEO of Conduent. “The New York Stock Exchange has long provided the premiere venue for the world’s best companies to drive shareholder value. We believe this is the best exchange for each of these industry leaders to build its long-term shareholder base.”
“We’re delighted to welcome Conduent to the NYSE’s community of esteemed companies and thank Xerox, an iconic global leader, for its continued listing since 1961,” said Tom Farley, President, NYSE Group. “The NYSE is pleased to be the listing venue for Xerox and Conduent, and we look forward to delivering the superior market quality, global visibility and best-in-class issuer services that are associated with the NYSE’s proven model and value proposition.”
The separation is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.
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