Keane's Unclaimed Property Blog
Complying with state requirements can prove to be challenging and complex due to the various legislative changes that directly impact a holder’s obligations. The state of Florida’s unclaimed funds requirements, and those of all reporting jurisdictions in which a bank operates, must be continuously monitored to ensure your institution is in compliance. Failure to do […]
Seemingly empowered by the audit of the life insurance industry, unclaimed property auditors have turned their attention to the mutual fund industry with a focus on identifying Individual Retirement Account (IRA) owners who may have died. Massachusetts State Treasury Requests National Records In recent months, the Massachusetts State Treasury has demanded mutual fund records in […]
Last month, the department of insurance in Louisiana issued Advisory Letter 2014-04 outlining the state’s position to all life and annuity insurers’ obligations regarding the use of the Death Master File for determining deceased insureds. In the letter issued on September 5, 2014, the Louisiana Department of Insurance (LDI) acknowledged that there are no Social Security Death […]
Last week, Keane hosted its annual Client Connection networking event and educational forum in New York City. This year’s Client Connection saw more than 90 clients attend, spanning various companies and industries. This annual unclaimed property conference is an opportunity for escheatment professionals to connect with peers and industry experts while interacting with the specialists […]
The deadline to submit a letter of intent to enter into Delaware’s Voluntary Disclosure Program for unclaimed property is September 30, 2014. As the deadline is rapidly approaching, we would like to offer a few reminders and insight.