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rapid response We operate the Lost & Stolen stock certificate program on behalf of the Securities and Exchange Commission. We have performed this duty since the program's inception over thirty years ago. Our duty is to provide the securities industry the best possible service while reducing the trafficking of lost, stolen, and counterfeit securities. Learn More >>

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01 DEC 2015 End of support for Internet Explorer (IE) 8. Use of IE7 and IE8 will not be supported by SIC® after December 5, 2015. Both browsers are known to have security weaknesses and will no longer be patched by Microsoft when they change the IE support model in January 2016. Please upgrade IE to a higher version or convert to another browser to avoid a service disruption.
11 NOV 2010 The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer protection Act which was signed in to law by President Barack Obama on July 21, 2010 contains a section on the Lost & Stolen Program. This section expands the scope of the Lost & Stolen Securities Program (LSSP) to include all cancelled certificates. The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) is currently rewriting the rules and these new rules are expected to be in place by mid 2011. More >>
03 SEP 2009 Securities Information Center, a business of Thomson Reuters, would like to inform you that we will be re-branding our entire website by the end of September 2009.
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