Keane Unclaimed Property
Who We Are
Keane has been providing services to address the complexities of unclaimed property for more than 65 years. Keane provides a comprehensive array of business services to help companies achieve compliance with state unclaimed property laws and regulations, while identifying and mitigating the risks associated with non-compliance.
In December 2010, the Keane Organization and Venio, LLC – the two leading unclaimed property companies in America – joined forces to become the most accomplished, knowledgeable, and responsive unclaimed property company in the country. Most recently in December 2014, Keane acquired Unclaimed Property Recovery & Reporting, LLC, further strengthening our position as the leading provider of unclaimed property services.
What We Do
No other firm offers our complete suite of services solely focused on unclaimed property. From customized communication and risk mitigation programs to in-depth consulting and annual compliance reporting, Keane provides corporations, mutual funds, banks, brokerage, insurance companies, and transfer agents with a level of service that is unmatched.
How We’re Unique
What sets Keane Unclaimed Property apart is our total commitment to customer service, the expertise and qualifications of our team, and our consistently measurable results. Keane boasts an experienced team of unclaimed property professionals, comprised of former state unclaimed property administrators, former third-party auditors, industry experts, attorneys, Certified Public Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, and Certified Internal Auditors. By leveraging our expertise and experience, Keane is well equipped to assist companies across all industries.
Keane employs more than 200 people in our corporate office in New York City, our operations center in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and various satellite offices across the country. Whether working with your team to ensure compliance, protect your shareholders, mitigate risk or maximize revenue … leading companies lean on Keane.
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