A relative of mine recently found some old stock certificates for a company called Century Savings Association of Kansas City that were purchased in 1978. There is no longer any company operating under that name but we believe it may have been acquired by another company. We're trying to determine if they are still worth anything. The transfer agent listed is First National Bank of Kansas City, which also no longer exists under that name, but we believe eventually became part of Bank of America after numerous mergers and acquisitions. Does anyone has any insights on what happened to this company or whether or not this stock may still be worth something?
From a cursory search, it appears that a "Century Savings Association of Kansas" (which may or may not be the same as the entity you ask of) was a Savings and Loan that failed during the S&L crisis of the late '80s, early '90s. CSA of Kansas looks to be defunct.You might try calling up the folks with the Office of Thrift Supervision to see if they know anything. The OTS website, unfortunately, is not very helpful for inactive or defunct S&Ls.HTHPlaidy
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