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Welcome to the redesigned OceanFirst Financial Corp. investor relations website.  We have updated the site to make it easier for you to navigate and find the information you need.  Thank you for your interest in OceanFirst.

Investor FAQs

Who should I contact at OceanFirst for Investor Relations issues?

Jill Apito Hewitt at 732-240-4500, extension 7516, or by e-mail at investorrelations@oceanfirst.com.

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Can I buy or sell stock directly through OceanFirst?

You may buy or sell stock through any broker of your choice. If however, you choose afterward to participate in our dividend reinvestment program, you may elect to make additional quarterly cash investments of $100 to $5,000. This is handled in conjunction with our transfer agent, American Stock Transfer and Trust Company. For more information on this program, please ask for a Dividend Reinvestment and Discount Stock Purchase plan brochure from our Investor Relations department.

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Where are shares traded?

Over the NASDAQ exchange.

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What is the ticker symbol?

OCFC

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When are dividends typically paid?

Historically, upon Board approval, dividends have been paid in February, May, August and November.

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How does a stock split affect my shares?

On May 15, 1998, our company authorized a two-for-one split in the form of 100% stock dividend. For every share owned, an additional share was awarded. This doubled the amount of shares outstanding but also reduced the current price by approximately one-half.

On May 17, 2002, our company authorized a three-for-two split in the form of a stock dividend, with a cash payment for fractional shares. This increased the amount of shares outstanding by 50% but also reduced the current stock price by approximately one-third.

The overall value of your investment did not change but these splits allowed the shares to be priced more attractively. If your original investment was $20.00 per share, for valuation purposes each share now has a value of $6.6667.

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Does OceanFirst offer a dividend reinvestment program?

Yes, we are pleased to offer this program to our shareholders. Upon enrollment, your cash dividend will be used to purchase additional shares of OceanFirst Financial Corp. common stock. The program is a convenient and cost effective way to invest in our company. You also have the option of making additional cash investments on a quarterly basis. For more information regarding the dividend reinvestment and stock purchase program, please contact our Investor Relations Department.

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Does OceanFirst offer dividend direct deposit?

Yes, you may sign up to have direct deposit of your cash dividends into a checking or savings account of your choice. Visit http://www.amstock.com/shareholder/shareholder_services.asp to apply for this service.

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Who is the transfer agent?

Our transfer agent is: Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc.
P.O. Box 1342
Brentwood, NY 11717
1-877-724-6454
shareholder@broadridge.com

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How can I change my address on my account?

Visit the AST web page at http://www.amstock.com/shareholder/shareholder_services.asp and complete the online change of address.

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How can I get detailed account information?

Please contact AST at 1-877-724-6454 and simply identify yourself as an OceanFirst Financial Corp. shareholder along with your social security and/or account number.

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Who do I contact about lost certificates?

Visit http://www.amstock.com/shareholder/shareholder_services.asp and complete the online certificate replacement form. Please be advised there is a charge involved for replacement certificates equal to 2% of the current value of the certificate.

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Who do I contact about lost dividend checks?

Visit http://www.amstock.com/shareholder/shareholder_services.asp and complete the online check replacement form.

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How can I obtain a copy of your annual report or other financial documets?

Many of these and other investor materials are easily accessible throughout this website. However, you may also request a document by visiting the Information Request page. As always, any SEC documents are accessible on the SEC's Edgar database website, www.sec.gov as well.

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