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Public Corporations (38 articles)

Through proactive shareholder outreach and location programs, public corporations can improve investor communication and retain at-risk shareholders, while reducing the risk of identity theft, fraud, fines, penalties, and audits. Here you will find best practices and unclaimed property news that impacts public corporations.

A Guide to Recovering Your Business’ Unclaimed Assets

A Guide to Recovering Your Business’ Unclaimed Assets

Compliance, Public Corporations

Many companies rarely, if ever, view themselves as the rightful owner of unclaimed or abandoned property. However, businesses make up the largest share of owners entitled to the estimated $40-50 Billion in unclaimed assets currently held by state and municipal governments and treasuries. This post will offer guidance on how businesses may prepare to recover assets owed to their organization.

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California & New York Update Requirements for Reporting Securities

California & New York Update Requirements for Reporting Securities

Public Corporations, Unclaimed Property Reporting

Keane recently received communication from state personnel regarding new requirements for reporting securities-related unclaimed property in both California and New York.  Properly escheating securities is one of the more complex aspects of the annual compliance and reporting process, as it requires additional steps not applicable for general ledger property types. Updated reporting and remittance instructions for both jurisdictions are outlined […]

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