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First Bancorp Shareholder Relations FAQs

If your question isn't answered below please contact us at 1-800-564-3195.  
On April 30, 2008 its shareholders voted in favor of the name change.  The name change became effective on May 2, 2008.
The Ticker Symbol is FNLC as it was under the prior name, First National Lincoln Corporation
On January 15, 1985 in the State of Maine
The Bank was chartered under the National Banking Act on May 30, 1864 as The First National Bank of Damariscotta and changed its name to First National Bank in 2016.
The Bank has been stockholder owned since its creation in 1864. The Company was established in 1985 and owns 100% of the stock of the Bank.
July 1999. Prior to that date, the stock was available over the counter only.
Our shareholders have received cash dividends every year for more than 35 years.
As reported in our most recent 10-K, the Company has approximately 3,200 shareholders
The Company did a 3-for-1 stock split in June of 2004. A listing of all stock splits since 1966 can be found in the Performance & History section on the Stock History page of this website.
The Company's shares are traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol of FNLC. Any brokerage firm should be able to affect a purchase or sale of FNLC shares for you.
Yes. The First Bancorp allows shareholders to reinvest all or part of their dividends automatically without charges for brokerage commissions or fees. For additional information, see the Dividend Reinvestment page of this website.
Except for the Dividend Reinvestment Plan, the Company does not deal directly with buyers or sellers in the purchase or sale of The First Bancorp shares.
The Company's CUSIP, or standard investment security identification number, is 31866P 102.
First National Bank serves as the Company's transfer agent. For addition information, see the Contacts and Transfer Agent page of this website.