Investor FAQs

Investor FAQs

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Triangle Capital Corporation is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
The ticker is "TCAP."
The notes trade on the NYSE under the symbols “TCCA” and “TCCB.”
You will receive a Form 1099.
Form 1099s are generated by your own brokerage firm. If you did not receive a Form 1099, you should contact your broker.
Our DRIP has been in place since our IPO in 2007. If you are an existing shareholder and have been receiving your dividends correctly, you will not need to do anything when new dividends are announced.

If you are a new shareholder, you should check with your broker to be sure your account is set up to receive dividends the way in which you prefer. Our DRIP is set up to be automatic unless a shareholder "opts out" and elects to receive cash for dividends instead of additional TCAP shares – BUT, many brokerage firms automatically opt their clients out of DRIPs. You will want to check with your broker to be sure your TCAP dividends are paid correctly.

Conversely, if you are not currently participating in the DRIP but would like to, you will also need to notify your broker.
Yes – TCAP is a Business Development Company (“BDC”).
Please see our presentation on Business Development Companies ("BDCs").
TCAP is an internally managed BDC. We feel there are advantages to being an internally managed BDC as opposed to an externally managed BDC. Some of those advantages are outlined in our Business Development Company presentation.
Please see our presentation on Business Development Companies ("BDCs").
We calculate our BDC efficiency ratio by dividing General & Administrative Expenses by Total Investment Income.  BDC efficiency ratios can be calculated in a variety of ways. It is important to use a consistent formula when comparing BDC efficiency ratios.