Securities Information Center (SIC)

Definition

Organization in charge of handling concerns regarding lost and stolen securities. The Securities Information Center was created in 1977 to collect and maintain information regarding these types of securities. The organization also provides guidance for individuals that need to replace securities after they have been lost or stolen. SIC also handles all counterfeit claims on securities.
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Securities Industry Committee on Arbitration (SICA) Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970