Once your report has been filed, you must deliver all securities to the Comptroller's office.
The Comptroller’s office prefers that all securities be remitted electronically to the state’s custodian, the Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company. If securities cannot be remitted electronically, call Custody and Settlement Services at 512-463-1988 for instructions.
Before delivering securities electronically, a list of the securities must be either:
Faxed to both:
The stock listed must include the following heading:
The body of the list should be in CUSIP order and list the following information:
Prepare two separate lists if securities are being delivered via the DTC and the Federal Reserve Bank.
Follow the reporting procedures detailed in the Unclaimed Property Reporting Instruction (PDF, 1.5M) booklet. Security delivery codes (DTC, PHYSICAL or ACCOUNT) should be included on each property record. Include owners of non-transferable or worthless securities on the property report, with the code UNT (non-transferable).
The report should note shares to be settled electronically through the Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company.
Everything must be delivered to the Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company at no charge to the State of Texas, and free of payment (FOP).
|Participant Account No:||2622|
|Participant Name:||Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Co|
|Reference:||Unclaimed Prop Remit from (insert remitter's name)|
|Bank Name:||TX Comp Austin|
|Reference:||Attn: Custody and Settlement Services|
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.