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01 OCT 2018
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.
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 >>
27 MAR 2006
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 for a username and password in order to electronically enter an inquiry. Read the notice and contact us if you have any questions. Please read our notice and contact us if you have any questions.
25 MAY 2005
As of January 1, 2006 SIC will no longer be accepting paper X-17’s or inquiries submitted by mail or fax. Read more about this important notice!
11 FEB 2004
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, or using this link: http://www.sec.gov/rules/final/
24 JAN 2003
Multiple Reporting - Starting February 3rd you will have the option of reporting multiple certificates. The Reporting screen is an on-line interface that allows users to submit Information to SIC® indicating that a certificate is lost, stolen, missing or counterfeit. This function is also a means for recovering reported items.

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