360 Sports Transfer Agent

360 Sports is an SEC qualified transfer Agent

Companies that have publicly traded securities typically use transfer agents to keep track of the individuals and entities that own their stocks and bonds. Most transfer agents are banks or trust companies, but sometimes a company acts as its own transfer agent. 360 Sports Transfer, a subsidiary of 360 Sports, Inc. has been qualified by the SEC as a transfer agent. Transfer agents perform three main functions:

Issue and cancel certificates to reflect changes in ownership:

For example, when a company declares a stock dividend or stock split, the transfer agent issues new shares. Transfer agents keep records of who owns a company’s stocks and bonds and how those stocks and bonds are held—whether by the owner in certificate form, by the company in book-entry form, or by the investor’s brokerage firm in street name. They also keep records of how many shares or bonds each investor owns.

Act as an intermediary for the company:

A transfer agent may also serve as the company’s paying agent to pay out interest, cash and stock dividends, or other distributions to stock- and bondholders. In addition, transfer agents act as proxy agent (sending out proxy materials), exchange agent (exchanging a company’s stock or bonds in a merger), tender agent (tendering shares in a tender offer), and mailing agent (mailing the company’s quarterly, annual, and other reports). Handle lost, destroyed, or stolen certificates. Transfer agents help shareholders and bondholders when a stock or bond certificate has been lost, destroyed, or stolen. If this has happened to you, read our publication entitled Stock Certificates, Lost, Stolen. Also, if you hold securities in your own name and want to transfer or sell them, you may need to get your signature “guaranteed” before a transfer agent will accept the transaction. In many cases, you can find out which transfer agent a company uses by visiting the investor relations section of the company’s website. You also can use the website of the Securities Transfer Association, a private trade organization of transfer agents. The STA provides general information about the functions of transfer agents. Shareholders with any transfer-related inquiries would be best served by speaking to the transfer agent or issuer for the security in question, or their broker-dealer.

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360 Sports, Inc. is a vertically integrated sports management company that engages in sports-related startups, mergers, and acquisitions.  More information about our sports brands and subsidiaries can be found at 360SportsInc.com and by searching the footer section for a product or service that provides value to you.


Rachelle Roberts
Director of Investor Relations


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