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New York, NY - September 7, 2012
-- September is designated as Life Insurance Awareness Month by the Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE). This was established nine years ago to bring visibility to the importance of life insurance in helping consumers and their families. It also serves as a reminder to insurers and independent agents that unclaimed property compliance is […]
New York, NY - August 1, 2012
-- The August issue of Bank News magazine features an article by Keane Senior Vice President, Mike Ryan. The article, “What You Need to Know About Managing Unclaimed Property”, provides background on unclaimed property compliance and escheatment best practices for banks, as well as information for banks considering outsourced unclaimed property services. You can read the […]
New York, NY - July 10, 2012
-- The unclaimed property landscape for the insurance industry has drastically changed in recent years as insurers have been targeted by state regulators over non-compliance with unclaimed property laws and failing to locate beneficiaries entitled to proceeds from life insurance policies. In the recent issue of Life & Health Advisor, Valerie Jundt, Managing Director of Keane’s […]
New York, NY - June 1, 2012
-- In his recent interview with American Banker Magazine, Keane Senior Vice President Mike Ryan offered escheatment help for banks and tips for consumers to prevent their own accounts from escheating. Two Keane clients were also interviewed and explained how Keane services improved their customer relationships and simplified the escheatment process. You can read the article […]
New York, NY - May 15, 2012
-- The Wall Street Journal recently featured an article which provided insight and commentary on how states interpret account activity, and specifically Delaware’s clarification of their unclaimed property rules. As we noted in our unclaimed property blog, Delaware defined their position on the measures of inactivity and how account inactivity impacts the escheatment of securities properties and […]