Who is Doman?
We are one of North America’s largest distributors of building materials and home renovation products. We serve the new home construction, home renovation and industrial markets.
Whom does Doman sell its products to?
Our customers range from small independent lumber yards, to regional building material dealers and national home improvement chains. Our customers include known retailers such as Lowes, Home Depot, and Home Hardware. Doman also supplies the industrial market with furniture manufacturers, millwork shops, manufactured home producers and industrial trailers.
Where is Doman headquartered?
Doman is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia:
Doman Building Materials Group Ltd.
Suite 1600 – 1100 Melville Street
PO Box 39
Vancouver BC V6E 4A6
Where do Doman's shares trade and what is the ticker symbol?
Doman trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “DBM”.
What are the shares trading at today?
Click here for Doman’s current stock quote.
How can I purchase Doman shares?
Doman common shares can be bought or sold through a stockbroker or online trading service, or any financial institution that provides brokerage services.
When does Doman's fiscal year end?
Doman’s fiscal year-end is December 31.
When did Doman's Initial Public Offering (IPO) take place and at what price?
The offering closed on May 13, 2004 and consisted of 5,118,000 common shares that were sold at $8.50 per share for gross proceeds to CanWel of $43,503,000.
Who were the underwriters of Doman's IPO?
GMP Securities Ltd. was the lead manager and bookrunner for the offering. Members of the underwriting syndicate include CIBC World Markets Inc., Canaccord Capital Corporation, Dundee Securities Corporation and First Associates Investments Inc.
Who is Doman's independent auditor?
Who is Doman's transfer agent?
TSX Trust Company
How can I get more information on Doman?
Do Doman’s dividends qualify as eligible dividends?
For Canadian resident shareholders, Doman’s dividend is designated as an “eligible dividend” for purposes of the enhanced dividend tax credit rules contained in the Income Tax Act (Canada) and any corresponding provincial and territorial tax legislation, unless indicated otherwise.