Q. How can I buy Santa Cruz County Bank stock?
Our stock is traded over the counter under the symbol SCZC. A broker such as Charles Schwab or Merrill Lynch can place a buy order in the market on your behalf or you can contact one of the Market Makers listed on this site.
Q. How can I find out what my stock is worth?
A quote may be obtained from any quotation service. You will need to enter our stock symbol as SCZC.
Q. I would like to transfer my Santa Cruz County Bank shares to my children. How can I change the registration on the certificate?
The Bank's registrar and Transfer Agent, Computershare Investor Services can provide guidance on the process for a change in registration and the required endorsement on the back of the stock certificate before it is tendered to them for reissue with the new registration. Contact Computershare Investor Services toll free at 800.835.8778.
Q. I lost my stock certificate, how can I obtain a replacement?
Please contact Computershare Investor Services at 800.835.8778 to obtain a replacement certificate.
Q. Can I deposit my Santa Cruz County Bank stock certificate into my brokerage account?
Yes, your broker can add the certificate to your account, and we generally recommend that all stock certificates be deposited with a brokerage to avoid the risk of loss of the certificate.
Q. How can I sell my stock?
There is a market for Santa Cruz County Bank and any brokerage or Market Maker should be able to assist with a sell transaction.
Q. How can I change my address on my stock certificate?
Please contact Computershare Investor Services at 800.835.8778 with your new address and phone number. Or, if your shares are held in a brokerage account, please notify your broker of your change of address.
Q. What is my tax basis on the 10% Stock Dividend paid on November 10, 2017?
As required by IRS regulations, we have filed a Form 8937 with the IRS in conjunction with the 10% Stock Dividend declared by the Board of Directors on October 17, 2017. Holders of Santa Cruz County Bank stock should consult their tax advisors for additional information or with any questions.