Investing in American Depositary Receipts
Understanding American Depositary Receipts
Ready to pick your own international stocks? With American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), investing in foreign companies is as easy as buying shares of IBM or Coca-Cola. Here you'll learn all about ADRs, the best places to find information on ADRs, how foreign currencies affect ADR returns, dividends, tax considerations and more.
ADR Dividends, Filings and Currency Risk
We answer some of the most common questions surrounding ADRs, covering topics like dividends, SEC filings, and currency risk.
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Bank of New York/Mellon DR University
As the biggest player in the ADR business, the Bank of New York Mellon has one of the most extensive websites dedicated to depositary receipt data, news and educational resources.
JPMorgan, a pioneer in ADRs and a leading depositary bank, maintains ADR.com, which provides a wealth of information on ADR issues.
Citibank ADR Services
Citibank's ADR site provides basic information on ADR issuers as well as a few research reports on how an ADR listing can affect the valuation of a foreign company.
Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipt Services
Deutsche Bank's ADR website isn't as extensive as those of the Bank of New York Mellon or JP Morgan, but it's still worth a look.