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Governance

Five Steps to Escheatment

Friday, September 24, 2021

Escheatment is the process of identifying "abandoned property” and, in accordance with state laws, turning any eligible assets over to the state. What's so complicated about that?

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Governance

Escheatment 101: What Issuers Need To Know

Friday, May 21, 2021

Lost shareholders. Thousands of reports. Changing legislation. Audits. Why is escheatment so complicated? Is your transfer agent doing everything they can? And whose responsibility is it anyway?

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Governance

The Case For The Dematerialization Of Physical Securities

Monday, March 22, 2021

EQ's Katie Sevcik, EVP, Chief Operating Officer, responds to a recently published white paper by The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) that discusses the importance of advancing dematerialization in today's world of technology-driven transactions.

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Bridging The Funding Gap In European Markets

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

How has COVID-19 impacted demand for receivables finance in Europe, and what is its role in reigniting economic growth? These are just some of the themes in EQ Riskfactor’s Receivables Finance Global Outlook 2021 report, titled Gearing up for Growth.

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Governance

Future Priorities For Receivables Finance

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

In Volume 1 of its four Receivables Finance Global Outlook reports, EQ Riskfactor asked global finance leaders in the US, UK and Europe about their strategic priorities for 2021 after a turbulent 2020.

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Governance

Receivables Finance – Bolstering SMEs In The US

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the US receivables finance market has remained strong, with 40% of firms reporting an increase in demand, and almost a quarter (22%) reporting an increase of up to 50%.

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