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On October 1st 2018, the Financial and Risk business of Thomson Reuters became Refinitiv. News about our business prior to October 1st can be found on the Thomson Reuters press releases page.

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Thomson Reuters and Blackstone close Financial & Risk transaction

The former Financial and Risk business division of Thomson Reuters is now known as Refinitiv. All names and marks owned by Thomson Reuters, including Thomson, Reuters and the Kinesis logo are used under license from Thomson Reuters and its affiliated companies. Refinitiv products will be undergoing brand changes at a future date to reflect Refinitiv branding.
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.

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

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...

Important notice regarding telephone inquiry

Starting on July 1, 2006 telephone inquiries to SIC® will no longer be accepted. We are moving all telephone inquiries to electronic processes which mean all current telephone users will have to register on our website...

Important notice regarding your compliance with Rule 240.17f-1

As of January 1, 2006 SIC® will no longer be accepting paper X-17’s or inquiries submitted by mail or fax. Click on the link above to read more about this important notice.

Processing requirements for Cancelled security certificates

The SEC has recently issued a final rule regarding the processing requirements for CANCELLED security certificates. There are important considerations that you have to take into account with regard to your cancelled certificates going forward. Please read the final rule by visiting the SEC’s website.

SIC® Straight Through Processing (STP) Initiative

Currently the securities industry is preparing for its biggest challenge in years, STP. There are a lot of different issues that will need to be overcome before June 2005...

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