Verso's stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "VRS."
Can Verso stock be purchased directly from the company?
No. Stock cannot be purchased directly from the company but can be purchased through a broker.
When did Verso become a public company?
Verso's initial public stock offering took place on May 14, 2008.
When will Verso's next earnings release occur?
Information regarding the Company's earnings release dates and other upcoming events can be found on our Upcoming Events.
Can I have news releases and other information sent to me?
All of Verso's publicly available information can be accessed on this web site. If you wish to have news releases and other information e-mailed to you, please click here. and enter the appropriate information.
When does the company's fiscal year end?
Verso's fiscal year ends on December 31.
Who is the company's transfer agent?
The company’s transfer agent is Computershare, 211 Quality Circle, Suite 210, College Station, TX 77845, (800) 368-5948, www.computershare.com/investor. If you are a registered shareholder, please contact the transfer agent for services such as changing your address and lost stock certificates or dividend checks; otherwise, contact your stock broker.
Who is the company's independent auditor?
Deloitte & Touche LLP, Memphis, TN
I am a holder of shares of common stock of NewPage Holdings Inc. ("NewPage"). As a result of the acquisition of NewPage by Verso Corporation ("Verso") on January 7, 2015, what will I receive as consideration for my former shares of NewPage common stock?
As a result of Verso’s acquisition of NewPage, the former holders of NewPage common stock are entitled to receive consideration per share of NewPage common stock consisting of the following:
$0.25 in cash;
$90.10 face principal amount of 11.75% Senior Secured Notes due 2019 (“Notes”) issued by two of Verso’s subsidiaries, Verso Paper Holdings LLC and Verso Paper Inc.; and
1.886272476 shares of Verso common stock.
The amount of consideration received will be subject to the following adjustments:
The amounts of Notes and Verso common stock to be received will be based on a holder’s aggregate holdings of such securities. The next two adjustments will not be made until such aggregate holdings have been determined.
The Notes will be issued in face principal denominations of $1,000. Any face principal amount of Notes less than $1,000 will be rounded up or down to the nearest denomination of $1,000 based on standard rounding conventions.
The Verso common stock will be issued in whole numbers of shares. Any fractional share of Verso common stock will be rounded up or down to the nearest whole share based on standard rounding conventions.
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