EECS OFFERS COMPREHENSIVE ESCHEATMENT EXPERTISE AND EXAMINATION SERVICES TO STATE GOVERNMENTS
Founded by recognized business leaders in the abandoned property field, EECS professionals understand the wide range of business and legal issues that are implicated by the escheatment process. We assist state governments in auditing companies subject to abandoned property reporting and compliance statutes to ensure the proper identification of accounts or assets subject to escheatment – including unclaimed property that may have avoided detection for years.
EECS performs this service using a powerful, proprietary automated system to identify accounts or assets that are likely subject to escheatment. Additional information is requested from holders to complete the analysis and determine whether the unclaimed property in fact meets the criteria for escheatment under state law. The service EECS provides is secure, efficient, accurate, and cost-effective.
EECS’s breadth and depth of experience begins with its principals and senior consultants, who collectively have more than eight decades of experience in the escheatment space. These executives have founded, operated and sold highly successful unclaimed property businesses. Through their experience in these prior businesses, EECS’s founders recognized trends in non-compliant property aging and escheatment practices employed by many holders, which ultimately led to the formation of EECS.