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    HBC public once more

    After a hiatus of 6 years, HBC has returned to its historic roots as a public company

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    Founded in 1670, HBC was one of the oldest publicly traded companies in the world until it was taken private in 2006. With the November 26, 2012 closing of an initial public offering of 21.475 million common shares at a price of $17 per share, HBC resumed life as a publicly-traded entity after a hiatus of six years. The Company trades on Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX ) under the symbol “HBC”. The IPO represents about 18% of the company. For more information see HBC's Investor Relations centre online.

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    Lordes & Proprietors

    The original investors in Hudson's Bay Company were financiers, noblemen and men active in the highest circles of business and the Royal Court.

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    Did you know?

    …that in 1670, one voting share in the Company was issued for every £100 worth of stock? This is specified in the HBC Charter.

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