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New York Stock Exchange (Trading Symbol "BBWI")

HOW CAN I FIND OUT ABOUT MY BATH & BODY WORKS STOCK?

If you are a registered shareholder, please contact the transfer agent, American Stock Transfer ("AST") at 866-875-7975. If you hold your shares in a brokerage account, you will need to contact your financial advisor for more information.

If you are an employee with the Company enrolled in the Associate Stock Purchase Plan and wish to inquire about your account, please call AST Employee Plan administration at 866-460-4210.

WHAT IS A TRANSFER AGENT?

A professional agency employed by a corporation to handle the transfer of certificates, conversion of securities, mailings to stockholders, payments of dividends, stock subscriptions and maintaining the books of the corporation. American Stock Transfer ("AST") is the transfer agent for Bath & Body Works, Inc.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A REGISTERED SHAREHOLDER?

You are a registered shareholder if your name appears on the certificate or in the registration of the security and in the corporation books .

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A BENEFICIAL SHAREHOLDER?

You are a beneficial shareholder if your shares are held through a brokerage account, as opposed to registered directly in your name. This is also referred to as holding shares in "street name".

WHAT ARE BOOK ENTRY SHARES?

Book entry form of registered ownership allows a person to own shares without having physical stock certificates in their possession.

WHAT DOES "RECORD DATE" MEAN?

The date on which a shareholder must officially own shares in order to be entitled to a dividend. After the date of record the stock is said to be ex-dividend. Dividends are paid to shareholders of record as of a specified date.

TRANSFER AGENT AND DIVIDEND REINVESTMENT PLAN ADMINISTRATOR

American Stock Transfer & Trust Co. ("AST") is the stock transfer agent and dividend paying agent for  Bath & Body Works, Inc. You can contact AST toll-free at 1-866-875-7975. Visit our Transfer Agent page for more information.

HOW CAN I OPEN A FRANCHISE OR ESTABLISH A BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP?

In the U.S. and Canada, our brand is owned and operated by Bath & Body Works, Inc. and therefore are not franchise operations. Throughout the rest of the world, we currently work with a small number of international partners to deliver the Bath & Body Works brand to customers. We are not soliciting requests for new partners, distributors or licensees.

INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

Ernst & Young
Columbus, Ohio

CAN I BUY STOCK DIRECTLY FROM THE COMPANY?

Bath & Body Works, Inc.  is pleased to offer a Direct Purchase and Sale Plan (the "Plan") for the shares of common stock of Bath & Body Works, Inc. through our transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust ("AST"). The Plan, Investor's Choice, provides both registered holders and interested first-time investors with an affordable alternative for buying and selling BBWI common stock. The Investor's Choice Plan features include:

  • Convenient Purchase Option
  • Automatic Dividend Reinvestment
  • Direct Deposit of Dividends
  • Certificate or Book-Entry Ownership
  • Direct Sale

Visit the AST website for more information.

WHERE CAN I FIND STOCK SPLIT AND DIVIDEND PAYMENT HISTORY FOR BATH & BODY WORKS, INC.?

Bath & Body Works, Inc. (formerly L Brands, Inc.) stock split twelve times since the first split in 1970.

View stock split and dividend history

HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE OF THE STOCK?

To get more information about stock performance, go to the Financial Information and Stock Information area of our site, which includes stock performance charts, SEC filings and our annual reports.

WHEN IS YOUR NEXT EARNINGS CALL?

For a listing of quarterly earnings call dates, please, visit the Events & Presentations page on our sites.

IS LES WEXNER STILL CHAIRMAN AND CEO?

Les Wexner stepped down as Chairman and CEO of L Brands after L Brands Annual Meeting of Shareholders on May 14, 2020. Board member Sarah Nash succeeded him as board chair, and Andrew Meslow, CEO of Bath & Body Works, succeeded him as CEO of L Brands.