Huge News On The Abandoned Property Front
Shareholder Services Association to Ring Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange
The Board of the Shareholder Services Association (the “SSA”) will have the honor of ringing the iconic New York Stock Exchange closing bell at the end of trading on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in celebration of the SSA’s 70th anniversary.
Carl Hagberg's Comments to the SEC - Transfer Agency Industry
After almost 30 years of no action, the SEC asked for comments on a "mega-list" of proposed initiatives to regulate the transfer agency industry, which has changed beyond recognition, and in numerous ways, since their last real rule-making. Read Carl Hagberg's, sometimes contrarian comments - based on 32 years of experience in and 23 around the transfer agency business.
Audits & Opportunities
Unclaimed Property Compliance Update. A review of the current unclaimed property enforcement environment and recent legislative developments.
Article2016 January Special Supplement
Warning: State Abandoned Property “Auditors” Are Running Rampant And Creating Big Risks For Public...
Your editor went to the annual meeting of the Midwest Securities Transfer Association a few months ago, where he was stunned to learn that third-party abandoned property “auditors” were suddenly propagating like flies on a big, fat, abandoned pie - and descending on unsuspecting public companies and on their transfer agents with totally outrageous and unacceptable demands.
Plains All American Pipeline Sues Delaware Over Abandoned Property Audit
Think That Abandoned Property Is Not A Big Deal For You Or Your Company? Think Again
The SSA And STA File Joint Amicus Brief With The US Supreme Court RE: State “Takings” of Abandoned...
Messin’ With Mary Jo: She and The SEC As A Whole–Face A Firestorm Of Criticism
Out Of Our In-Box: Whistle Blowers Spark Lawsuits Against The Four Big ADR Depositary Banks
And Promise A Film On “The Biggest Financial Industry Cover-Up In History”