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FAQs

  1. On what date did RBC Bearings complete its initial public offering?
  2. How many shares of common stock did RBC offer at its initial public offering?
  3. Has the company raised money since the IPO?
  4. Where does RBC Bearings trade its shares and what is the ticker symbol?
  5. How can I purchase shares of RBC Bearings common stock?
  6. Does RBC Bearings have a direct purchase plan?
  7. Who is the transfer agent for RBC Bearings and how does a registered shareholder contact the agent regarding account information?
  8. Who are RBC Bearings’ independent accountants?
  9. Where are the RBC Bearings corporate headquarters?
  10. How do I arrange for an investor packet to be sent to me?
  11. How can I contact RBC Bearings Investor Relations?

On what date did RBC Bearings complete its initial public offering?
The RBC Bearings initial public offering (IPO) was effective on August 9, 2005, and closed on August 15, 2005.
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How many shares of common stock did RBC offer at its initial public offering?
At the initial public offering, RBC Bearings issued 9,288,000 shares of common stock at a price of $14.50.
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Has the company raised money since the IPO?
RBC Bearings completed a follow-on offering in April 2006. The offering totaled 8,989,550 shares at $20.50 per share. The company sold a total number of 2,994,021 shares in the offering and selling stockholders sold a total of 5,995,529 shares. RBC Bearings realized net proceeds from the offering of approximately $57.2 million (after deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and estimated expenses of the offering and applying reimbursements) and used the net proceeds to prepay outstanding indebtedness. The company did not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares of common stock by the selling stockholders.
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Where does RBC Bearings trade its shares and what is the ticker symbol?
The RBC Bearings shares are traded on the Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol “ROLL.”
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How can I purchase shares of RBC Bearings common stock?
Please contact a registered broker. You cannot purchase stock directly from RBC Bearings.
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Does RBC Bearings have a direct purchase plan?
At this time, RBC Bearings does not offer a direct stock purchase program.
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Who is the transfer agent for RBC Bearings and how does a registered shareholder contact the agent regarding account information?
The transfer agent and registrar of RBC Bearings Class A Common Shares is:

Lasalle Bank National Association
135 South LaSalle Street
Suite 1711
Chicago, IL 60603
312.904.2000
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Who are RBC Bearings’ independent accountants?
Our independent public accountants are Ernst & Young, LLP.
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Where are the RBC Bearings corporate headquarters?
RBC headquarters are located in Oxford, Connecticut, USA.
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How do I arrange for an investor packet to be sent to me?
To order printed materials, or request additional investor-related information, complete an information request.
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How can I contact RBC Bearings Investor Relations?
You may contact us by calling our Investor Relations hotline at: 617-982-0475.
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