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Analyst Coverage

The firms and analysts below currently follow Ford Motor Company. However, this list is not necessarily complete and it is subject to change as firms add or remove Ford coverage.

Please note that any opinions, estimates or forecasts regarding Ford's performance made by the analysts at these firms are theirs alone and do not represent opinions, forecasts or predictions of Ford Motor Company or its management. By listing these firms, Ford does not imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions, or recommendations.

Equity

Firm Analyst
Argus Research Selesky, Bill
bselesky@argusresearch.com
646-747-5462
Bank of America -- Merrill Lynch Murphy, John
johnj.murphy@baml.com
646-855-2025
Barclays Johnson, Brian
brian.a.johnson@barclays.com
312-609-8181
Benchmark Company Ward, Michael
mward@benchmarkcompany.com
203-632-6202
Buckingham Research Amaturo, Joe
jamaturo@buckresearch.com
212-922-1815
Citi Group Michaeli, Itay
itay.michaeli@citi.com
212-816-4557
Credit Suisse Levy, Dan
dan.levy@credit-suisse.com
Daiwa Nathan, Jairam
Jairam.Nathan@us.daiwacm.com
212-612-6181
Deutsche Bank Research Rosner, Emmanuel
emmanuel.rosner@db.com
212-250-3367
Evercore ISI McNally, Chris
chris.mcnally@evercoreisi.com
+44 207 847 3502
Goldman Sachs Delaney, Mark
mark.delaney@gs.com
212-357-0535
Jefferies Houchois, Philippe
philippe.houchois@jefferies.com
+44 207 029 8983
JP Morgan Brinkman, Ryan
ryan.j.brinkman@jpmorgan.com
212-622-6581
Morgan Stanley Jonas, Adam
Adam.Jonas@morganstanley.com
212-761-1726
Morningstar Whiston, David
david.whiston@morningstar.com
312-384-5442
Nomura Das, Anindya
anindya.das@nomura.com
+81.3.6703.1164
RBC Capital Markets Spak, Joseph
Joseph.Spak@rbccm.com
212-428-2364
UBS Hummel, Patrick
patrick.hummel@ubs.com
+41 44-239-7923
Wolfe Research Lache, Rod
Rlache@Wolferesearch.com
386-222-1083

Fixed Income

Firm Analyst
Bank of America -- Merrill Lynch Karson, Doug
doug.karson@baml.com
917-519-7292
Barclays Troisi, Peter
Peter.troisi@barclays.com
212-412-3695
Citi Group Stark, Scott
Scott.stark@citi.com
212-723-1396
JP Morgan Rau, Jonathan
jonathan.d.rau@jpmorgan.com
212-834-5237
SMBC Nikko Securities Conn, Doug
Dconn@smbcnikko-si.com
212-224-5376
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Selle, Eric
Eric.Selle@SunTrust.com
404-926-5548
Wells Fargo Securities, LLC Dunn, James
jim.dunn1@wellsfargo.com
704-410-3249

Splits and Spinoffs

Splits

Ford Motor Company was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated in Michigan on June 16, 1903. The corporation’s common stock was entirely owned by Henry Ford and a small group of local investors. In 1919, Henry Ford bought out all of these investors and reincorporated the company in the State of Delaware. From 1919 to 1956, all stock in the company was owned by members of the Ford Family, the Edison Institute and the Ford Foundation.

First offered to the public on January 18, 1956, when the Ford Foundation began to sell its stock in the company. The price was $64.50 per share.

The stock first traded on the New York Stock Exchange on March 7, 1956. The stock “split” six times since it was issued. The splits and their payment dates, which appear on the actual certificates, were:

2 for 1

May 31, 1962

5 for 4

May 24, 1977

3 for 2

December 1, 1983

3 for 2

June 2, 1986

2 for 1

January 12, 1988

2 for 1

July 5, 1994

The Value Enhancement Plan (VEP) was implemented on August 2, 2000. Under the VEP, Ford shareholders exchanged each of their old Ford common or Class B shares for one new Ford common or Class B share, as the case may be, plus either $20 in cash (Option 1), 0.748 additional new Ford common shares (Option 2), or a combination of $5.17 in cash and 0.555 additional new Ford common shares (Option 3). These amounts were based on the volume weighted average price of Ford stock of $46.7317 for the period July 24-28.

Spinoffs

Ford Motor Company has spun-off to Common and Class B shareholders its holdings in two former subsidiaries:

The Associates First Capital Corporation [NYSE:AFS]

  • Spun-off on April 7, 1998 to holders of record on March 12, 1998.
  • Shareholders received .262085 shares of The Associates stock for each share of Ford Motor Company Common or Class B stock.
  • Ford shareholders were instructed to allocate 33.59% of their basis in Ford Common and Class B stock to The Associates stock they received.
  • The remaining 66.41% of their basis remained with their Ford Common or Class B stock.

Visteon Corporation [NYSE: VC]

  • Spun-off on June 28, 2000 to holders of record on June 12, 2000.
  • Shareholders received .130933 shares of Visteon stock for each share of Ford Motor Company Common or Class B stock.
  • Ford shareholders were instructed to allocate 3.93% of their adjusted basis in Ford Common and Class B stock to the Visteon stock they received.
  • The remaining 96.07% of their adjusted basis remained with their Ford Common or Class B stock.