Keane's Unclaimed Property Blog

D.C. Circuit Issues Decision Regarding Attorney-Client Privilege

A recent decision by the D.C. Circuit Court restored the attorney-client privilege to documents created through a company’s internal investigation. Read more on the full decision and how this pertains to unclaimed property compliance.

Don’t Fall Behind with Unclaimed Property Legislation

Fall escheat reporting season is quickly approaching. Click here to learn about recent unclaimed property legislation in Ohio & Oklahoma that impacts securities-related property and electronic reporting requirements.

Texas Unclaimed Property Best Practices: How to Retain Customers & Assets

Keane Managing Director Valerie Jundt offers best practices for banks regarding Texas unclaimed property rules & regulations in the recent issue of The Texas Independent Banker Magazine.

Should You Enroll in an Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Program?

Unclaimed property voluntary disclosure programs are excellent opportunities for holders to become compliant without fear of an audit, fines, and penalties. Keane’s National Consulting & Advisory Services Team has provided information below on recent programs in Arkansas, Delaware, Minnesota & Texas.

Florida Issues Opinion Regarding Thrivent Financial Appeal

On August 5, 2014, Florida’s First District Court of Appeal issued an opinion in an appeal brought by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans from a declaratory statement issued by the Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS).  In reversing DFS’s declaratory statement, the First District held that the Department’s interpretation of Florida unclaimed property law was “clearly […]

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