Shareholders can view their record, update addresses and view past dividends online at the MySitnasuak Shareholder Portal.
Shareholders may also update mailing address by completing a Shareholder Change of Address Form and submitting to the Shareholder Department.
In case of a name change, a shareholder will need to notify the Shareholder Department in writing or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include a copy of the legal documentation such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree specifically restoring former name, adoption decree, etc., authorizing the change.
Shareholders have the option to gift shares. Shareholders may gift some or all shares, to a child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece, nephew, brother or sister so long as the recipient is a Native (as defined by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act) or a Descendant of a Native and the shareholder has reached the age of majority as defined by the laws of the State of Alaska. A gift may not be made by a custodian of a shareholder.
It is important to have a Will Form on file with the Shareholder Department so your Sitnasuak stock will be distributed to your chosen heirs.
If a family member of yours has passed away, you may be entitled to inherit their shares. You can help the shareholder department by filling out the Inheritance Questionnaire and Affidavit.
Families of deceased shareholders are eligible to apply for the SNC Trust Bereavement Benefit, which is designed to defray the costs of funerals and other related expenses from the death of a shareholder/qualified SNC Trust beneficiary. A $1,500 benefit is available. Applicants may include the surviving spouse, children, lineal descendants, or sibling of the deceased shareholder. The Shareholder Department will make the final decision to accept or reject any application and whether or not to award bereavement benefit.
SNC’s primary purpose has been to promote the economic, social, and personal well-being of its shareholders and the broader community. Over the past 50 years, the corporation’s leaders have remained steadfast in their commitment to these goals, resulting in a significant increase in shareholder benefits. By continuing to prioritize the needs of shareholders, SNC has been able to drive sustainable economic growth and create benefits and opportunities for current and future generations.
For any questions or assistance with your Sitnasuak stock, SNC Trust benefits, SNC Trust scholarships, or general information about the Corporation, please contact the SNC Shareholder Department in Nome or Anchorage.
Nome Shareholder Department:
Phone: (907) 387-1200
Anchorage Shareholder Department:
Phone: (907) 929-7000;
Here are a few of our most commonly used forms, for your convenience.