Private Investors in a Public Fund - A Case Study in Transfer Agent Innovation
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A transfer agent is a neutral third-party entity that facilitates the transfer of a company’s securities from one investor to another That is the strictest definition of a transfer agent. Some corporations are required to hire a transfer agent due to the nature of their Securities and Exchange Commission registration. Others are not required to use a transfer agent, but do so because transfer agents often provide additional back-office services in addition to the transfer agent function. The transfer agent is in a unique position to serve as a company’s operational partner, as they are closely involved in the company’s investor data and interactions with the industry.