Definitions for "Signature Guarantee"
Validating a signature by a stamp or seal performed by a member of a bank or stock exchange. In order to change the ownership of an account, a signature guarantee would have to be provided.
A stamp or seal given by a bank or member of a domestic stock exchange that authenticates a signature. A signature guarantee is typically required by a mutual fund sponsor to conduct certain transactions, such as the change in ownership of an account.
A written representation signed by an officer or authorized employee of the guarantor, showing that the signature of a shareowner is genuine. A commercial bank, broker-dealer, or other authorized guarantor can provide this service. A notary cannot be accepted.
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