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Stock/Bond Transfer Instructions

Thank you for considering a gift of stock to the University of St. Thomas. Please see below for the most current instructions on transferring such funds to the university.
  • Transferring Stocks or Bonds
  • Instructions
  • Federal Tax ID Number
  • Physical Delivery
  • Transferring Stocks or Bonds

    If the securities you intend to give to St. Thomas are publicly traded and are held in "street name" by a brokerage firm, the university prefers that the securities be transferred electronically from your personal account at your brokerage firm to the university's account at UBS Financial Services, Inc. (UBS).

    Please send St. Thomas a copy of your letter of authorization, including information on the name of the stock, number of shares to be transferred, and the gift designation. Letters may be mailed to Tori Sellner at the University of St. Thomas, Mail #DEV, 2115 Summit Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105.

    Instructions

    UBS Financial Services, Inc.
    Attn: Evans "Chip" Connelly
    2200 UBS Plaza
    444 Cedar St.
    St. Paul, MN 55101-2136

    DTC: 0221
    University of St. Thomas Acct. #7C79967
    Please include donor name.

    Before transferring, please contact UBS Financial Services, Inc., and/or the University of St. Thomas to ensure a smooth delivery:
    • UBS Financial Services: Contact Evans "Chip" Connelly at (651) 229-6070 (ph), (855) 535-8106 (fax), or evans.connelly@ubs.com. You also may contact Heather Fitch, at (651) 229-6101 or heather.fitch@ubs.com.
    • St. Thomas: Contact Tori Sellner by phone at (651) 962-6899 or (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-6899, or by fax at (651) 962-6996.

    Federal Tax ID Number

    If you need the university's Federal Tax I.D. for paperwork involved with the security transfer, please use the following: 41-0693970.

    Physical Delivery

    If for some reason the securities are unable to be transferred by wire, and you need to make a physical delivery, please contact Tori Sellner with the University of St. Thomas to determine the delivery process best suited to your particular situation, (651) 962-6899, by fax at (651) 962-6996 or toll-free at (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-6899.

    Transferring Stocks or Bonds

    If the securities you intend to give to St. Thomas are publicly traded and are held in "street name" by a brokerage firm, the university prefers that the securities be transferred electronically from your personal account at your brokerage firm to the university's account at UBS Financial Services, Inc. (UBS).

    Please send St. Thomas a copy of your letter of authorization, including information on the name of the stock, number of shares to be transferred, and the gift designation. Letters may be mailed to Tori Sellner at the University of St. Thomas, Mail #DEV, 2115 Summit Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105.

    Instructions

    UBS Financial Services, Inc.
    Attn: Evans "Chip" Connelly
    2200 UBS Plaza
    444 Cedar St.
    St. Paul, MN 55101-2136

    DTC: 0221
    University of St. Thomas Acct. #7C79967
    Please include donor name.

    Before transferring, please contact UBS Financial Services, Inc., and/or the University of St. Thomas to ensure a smooth delivery:
    • UBS Financial Services: Contact Evans "Chip" Connelly at (651) 229-6070 (ph), (855) 535-8106 (fax), or evans.connelly@ubs.com. You also may contact Heather Fitch, at (651) 229-6101 or heather.fitch@ubs.com.
    • St. Thomas: Contact Tori Sellner by phone at (651) 962-6899 or (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-6899, or by fax at (651) 962-6996.

    Federal Tax ID Number

    If you need the university's Federal Tax I.D. for paperwork involved with the security transfer, please use the following: 41-0693970.

    Physical Delivery

    If for some reason the securities are unable to be transferred by wire, and you need to make a physical delivery, please contact Tori Sellner with the University of St. Thomas to determine the delivery process best suited to your particular situation, (651) 962-6899, by fax at (651) 962-6996 or toll-free at (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-6899.
    Download the instructions below.