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If you would like to receive our Investor Relations email updates, please provide us with your name, title, phone number, email address, and company name, via contact us.

Q. How can I contact LG Electronics Investor Relations?

If you have any questions about Investor Relations, please contact us here. If you would like to request a meeting with our IR team, contact us. Please include detailed personal information and the purpose of your visit. You can also contact a broker to arrange a meeting on your behalf.

Q. Where can I find financial information about LG Electronics?

Please visit our "Financial Statements" section. This section provides income statements, balance sheets, and financial ratios. For our quarterly, and annual reports, and other financial reports and presentations, please visit our Reports page.

Q. Which reporting convention does LGE use when posting its financial information?

Currently, LGE reports financial information in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards as adopted by the Republic of Korea. (“Korean IFRS”). Previously, until 2009, LGE reported financial information in accordance with the accounting standards (GAAP) accepted in the Republic of Korea.

Q. What is LG Electronics’ credit rating?

LG Electronics has been rated by credit agencies including Moody’s (Baa3) and S&P (BBB). For more detailed information about LG’s credit ratings, please visit our “Global Credit Rating” section.

Q. How can I invest in LG Electronics? On which exchanges is LG Electronics listed and what are the ticker symbols?

LG Electronics' stock can be purchased via brokers on the exchanges where LGE is listed. Please contact your nearest broker if you live outside of Korea and want to invest in our company.

Investment Options:

Stock Korea Stock Exchange, (ticker symbol: 066570) LG Electronics

GDR* London Stock Exchange (LGLD)

* Global Depository Receipt (GDR) is a bank certificate issued in more than one country, for shares in a foreign company. GDRs are held by a foreign branch of an international bank and they are offered for sale, globally, at various branches. GDRs trade as domestic shares.

2 preferred GDRs = 1 preferred share

2 common GDRs = 1 common share

Q. What is the number of LG shares that are outstanding?

For detailed information about LG stocks, please visit our “Issued Stock” page.

Q. I would like to know more about LG Electronics: e.g. corporate information, press releases, environmental stance, R&D (research and development), design, and career.

For all this and more, please visit About LG for more details.

For more detail, please contact us.