Answers to Common Questions

  1. How can I purchase Edison International (EIX) common stock?
  2. Who is Edison International's Transfer Agent?
  3. How does a registered stockholder contact the transfer agent for account information?
  4. What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for EIX common stock?
  5. On what exchange is EIX listed?
  6. How can I purchase Southern California Edison Company (SCE) preferred stock?
  7. What are the stock symbols and CUSIP numbers for SCE preferred stock?
  8. What is the CUSIP number for the unlisted SCE preferred stock?
  9. On what exchange is SCE preferred stock listed?
  10. What are the dates of your most recent stock splits for the EIX Common Stock?
  11. Does Edison International have a direct stock purchase plan?
  12. What forms do I use to enroll in the Plan, request transactions or make changes to my Plan account?
  13. What should I do if I have lost my stock certificates or if they were stolen?
  14. What dividends have been paid in the past?
  15. I haven't received or I have lost my dividend check in the mail. Can I get a replacement?
  16. How can I get a copy of Edison International's annual report and other financial data?
  17. Have there been any name changes or mergers in the company's history?
  18. What are the debt and preferred security ratings provided by the major security rating firms?
  19. Where may I locate the list of debt securities for Edison International and Southern California Edison?
  20. Where may I obtain pricing for the company's debt securities?
  21. What are the redemption and call dates for the company's debt securities?
  22. Where may I get a copy of a prospectus for the company's debt securities?
  23. Where may I purchase the company's debt or preferred stock securities?
  24. What is the status of Edison Mission Energy?

How can I purchase Edison International (EIX) common stock?

Our Dividend Reinvestment and Direct Stock Purchase Plan (the Plan) provides you an economical and convenient method of purchasing our Common Stock and reinvesting cash dividends in shares of our Common Stock. Current holders of record of our Common Stock may purchase additional shares of our Common Stock by reinvesting all or a portion of their cash dividends or making optional cash investments. Persons who are not already shareholders may purchase Common Stock through the Plan by paying an enrollment fee of $15 and by making an initial investment of at least $1,000 or authorizing automatic monthly withdrawals from a bank account of at least $100 per month for a minimum of ten consecutive months.


Who is Edison International's Transfer Agent?

Wells Fargo Shareowner Services


How does a registered stockholder contact the transfer agent for account information?

Wells Fargo can be contacted by phone at (800) 347-8625, via email or via U.S. mail.

For general mail delivery:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 64854
St. Paul , MN 55164-0854

For hand-delivered mail:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 100
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

Fax numbers for Wells Fargo: general line, (651) 450-4033; for sale of shares, (651) 450-4085.


What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for EIX common stock?

The stock symbol is EIX. The CUSIP number is 281020107.


On what exchange is EIX listed?

Edison International (EIX) has securities listed on the New York Stock Exchange.


How can I purchase Southern California Edison Company (SCE) preferred stock?

You may contact a securities dealer or broker.


What are the stock symbols and CUSIP numbers for SCE preferred stock?

Cumulative Preferred Stock, 4.08% Series (Stock Symbol SCE_PB) 842400202
Cumulative Preferred Stock, 4.24% Series (Stock Symbol SCE_PC) 842400301
Cumulative Preferred Stock, 4.32% Series (Stock Symbol SCE_PD) 842400400
Cumulative Preferred Stock, 4.78% Series (Stock Symbol SCE_PE) 842400509


What is the CUSIP number for the unlisted SCE preferred stock?

The Southern California Edison $100 liquidated value non-cumulative Preferred Stock, Series A is unlisted. The CUSIP is 842400756. Click here for the prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 4/22/05. You may contact your broker or financial advisor for more information regarding the stock.


On what exchange is SCE preferred stock listed?

The American Stock Exchange (AMEX)


What are the dates of your most recent stock splits for the EIX Common Stock?

January 19, 1962: 3-1 Split
August 10, 1984: 2-1 Split
June 1, 1993: 2-1 Split


Does Edison International have a direct stock purchase plan?

Yes. The name of the plan is the Edison International Dividend Reinvestment and Direct Stock Purchase Plan (PDF).


What forms do I use to enroll in the Plan, request transactions or make changes to my Plan account?

Wells Fargo can be contacted by phone at (800) 347-8625, via email or via U.S. mail.

For general mail delivery:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 64854
St. Paul , MN 55164-0854

For hand-delivered mail:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 100
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

Fax numbers for Wells Fargo: general line, (651) 450-4033; for sale of shares, (651) 450-4085.


What should I do if I have lost my stock certificates or if they were stolen?

Send a signed request to Wells Fargo stating the certificate numbers that are lost or stolen, and request stops to be placed on the certificate(s). Include pertinent information to help them locate your account such as your name, account number or social security number. Wells Fargo will send certificate replacement paperwork to you. There will be a fee of approximately 2% of the market value of the lost certificate(s) to obtain an indemnity bond from a Surety, which is necessary to replace the lost or stolen certificate(s).


What dividends have been paid in the past?

Please click here for a list of past dividends.


I haven't received or I have lost my dividend check in the mail. Can I get a replacement?
If you have not received your dividend check within 7-10 business days of the payment date, or have misplaced the check or believe it was lost in the mail, call Wells Fargo at 1 (800) 347-8625 and request a replacement. A stop payment will be placed on the lost check and a replacement will be sent to you. This process also includes dividend checks, which have cashing dates that have expired.


How can I get a copy of Edison International's annual report and other financial data?

Please refer to the e-investor Kit in order to download this information


Have there been any name changes or mergers in the company's history?

- California Electric Power Company merged with and into Southern California Edison Company as of January 1, 1964. Each share of Calectric Common Stock was exchanged for .95 of a share of Edison Common Stock. (i.e.: 100 shares Calectric = 95 shares Edison).

- Southern California Edison Common Stock automatically became SCEcorp Common Stock on July 1, 1988. No action is required by shareowners. Any shares you own whether you or your broker hold the actual certificates, became fully valid common shares of SCEcorp. Please do not surrender your existing stock certificate for certificates of the holding company. 

- SCEcorp Common Stock automatically became Edison International Common Stock and began trading under the symbol "EIX" on February 5, 1996. No action is required by the shareowner. Any shares you own whether you or your broker hold the actual certificates, are fully valid common shares of Edison International. Please do not surrender your existing stock certificate for certificates of Edison International stock.


What are the debt and preferred security ratings provided by the major security rating firms?

The ratings assigned by credit ratings agencies may be obtained directly from the agency or in the Debt and Preferred Information section of the company's Investor Relations website.


Where may I locate the list of debt securities for Edison International and Southern California Edison?

A complete list of debt securities offered by the company may be found on the company's Investor Relations website under Debt & Preferred Information and the financial and statistical documents.


Where may I obtain pricing for the company's debt securities?

Investors wishing to obtain pricing for debt and preferred stock securities should contact their broker or investment advisor for this information.


What are the redemption and call dates for the company's debt securities?

Redemption and call dates for the company's debt securities are provided in the company's Investor Relations website, under Debt and Preferred Information and the Financial and Statistical documents.


Where may I get a copy of a prospectus for the company's debt securities?

Links to prospectuses filed with the SEC are available at the following link. Prospectuses may be found on the company's Investor Relations website under Debt & Preferred Information.


Where may I purchase the company's debt or preferred stock securities?

Investors should contact their broker or investment advisor for information about acquiring debt or preferred stock securities.


What is the status of Edison Mission Energy?

In December 2012, Edison Mission Energy (EME), and certain of its wholly-owned subsidiaries, filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the Bankruptcy Court. EME has been deconsolidated from Edison International (EIX) and the results of EME are reported as Discontinued Operations for current and prior periods. An Amended Plan of Reorganization, including the Settlement Agreement between EIX, EME, and the Consenting Noteholders was approved by the Bankruptcy Court in March 2014 and completed on April 1, 2014, with the sale of substantially all of EME’s assets to NRG Energy, Inc. and the transactions called for in the Settlement Agreement.

For updates on the Settlement Agreement transactions, please refer to Edison International's Form 10-K, most recent Form 10-Q, and other reports and presentations filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission which are available at www.edisoninvestor.com. For EME information and updates, please visit www.EdisonMissionRestructuring.com.