Investor FAQs

Can I buy FICO stock directly from the company?
No, FICO does not have a direct purchase plan. Shares can be purchased or sold from any stock brokerage firm or financial institution that provides brokerage services.

When is the next earnings release date?
Please refer to our Investor Calendar for the next earnings release date.

When did FICO go public? At what price?
FICO went public in July 1987, issuing 1,537,500 shares at $9.50 per share. In May 1996, the company moved its stock from NASDAQ to the New York Stock Exchange. Fair Isaac Corporation's stock is listed under the symbol "FICO."

When did FICO's stock split?
FICO stock splits are as follows:
3/10/04 - 3-for-2
6/05/02 - 3-for-2
6/04/01 - 3-for-2
6/26/95 - 2-for-1

How do I change my address or title on my FICO stock certificate or Direct Registration account?
You need to contact our transfer agent, Computershare, at 1-866-637-5414 to make any changes to your stock certificate or DRS account. For shareholders who need hearing impaired assistance please call 1-800-952-9245.

How long has FICO been in business?
FICO was founded in 1956 by Bill Fair, a mathematician, and Earl Isaac, an engineer.

When is the next Annual Meeting of Stockholders?
FICO's next Annual Stockholders' Meeting will be held on February 15, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. at our offices located at 181 Metro Drive, Suite 600, San Jose, CA 95110.

How can I receive financial information on the company?
You can request financial information via e-mail (investor@fico.com) or by calling our investor relations department at (800) 213-5542.

Does FICO issue a dividend?
Since 1995, the company has paid a quarterly dividend of 2 cents per share, which equals an annual dividend of 8 cents per share.

Does FICO have a dividend re-investment plan?
No, the company does not have a DRIP in place.