Shareholder Records and Forms


Shareholder Records and Forms


Alaska Native Shareholders are eligible for many benefits through the affiliation with their regional and village corporations. Learn more below about the various ways you can maintain consistent records to ensure you receive the latest information on corporate events and remain eligible for benefits.

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You can print your 1099, a verification of dividend distribution letter, and a Shareholder confirmation letter, you can also view archived newsletters, download Shareholder forms, and update your contact information online at My Koniag.

Shareholder Forms

We encourage you to use My Koniag for updating records.

However, the below forms can be downloaded and printed, as well.

  • Address Change Form

    With more than 3,800 shareholders and over 1,500 registered Descendants, it is difficult for Koniag to maintain up-to-date addresses for everyone. If you move and do not notify Shareholder Services of a new address, many of our mailings and even your dividend may not find you at your new residence. In order to keep your contact information up-to-date, please download, complete and submit the Address Change Form or log on to My Koniag to update your contact information. Download: Address Change Form

  • Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB)

    A CIB is a document from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) verifying the degree of Native blood of an Alaskan Native and can be obtained by submitting an application at the BIA office in Anchorage at 3601 C St., Suite 1100, Anchorage, Alaska 99503, by phone at: (800) 645-8465. All Alaskan Natives are encouraged to apply. The application must be accompanied by a state-certified copy of a birth certificate. Photocopies are not accepted. Once approved, the BIA office will mail your CIB to you. You may also want to visit the BIA office in Anchorage to obtain a credit card-sized CIB that includes your photo. Complete and mail the Birth Certificate Application Form to the address instructed on the form. Download: Birth Certificate Application Form

  • Registered Descendant Application

    The purpose of this program is to educate the Descendants of Koniag Shareholders and to inform them of programs and benefits they may be eligible for. Who is eligible? Anyone who is a Descendant of a voting Koniag Shareholder. How to apply? Complete and sign the Descendant Application Form and include copies birth certificates to show the relationship to the Koniag voting Shareholder. For example: – Child of a Shareholder—a copy of the child’s birth certificate – Grandchild of a Shareholder—a copy of the grandchild’s birth certificate and a copy of the parent’s birth certificate. There is no deadline for signing up. There is no deadline to apply as a registered Descendant, however, Descendants will not qualify for programs specifically available to registered Descendants until their complete registered Descendant application has been processed. Please keep this in mind as your Descendant will need to be registered with Koniag to apply for Koniag Education Foundation scholarships and other Koniag programs. Please note: If you are currently a Shareholder, you should not apply for this program. Download: Descendant Application Form Watch: Descendant – Descendant Application Tutorial

  • Direct Deposit

    Koniag is pleased to offer direct deposit of dividends. Direct deposit helps you receive your dividend faster and may help to safeguard against lost, misplaced or stolen dividend checks. When you participate in the direct deposit program, your dividend is electronically deposited into your bank account on the designated date of the dividend distribution. To take advantage of the direct deposit service, fill out a Direct Deposit Form and return it to Koniag. Please note: If you have changed or closed your bank account you must notify Shareholder Services immediately. Download: Direct Deposit Form

  • Gifting Your Koniag Stock

    To gift your stock you will need to complete the Gifting Your Shares Application. Any Shareholder can gift their stock as long as the following criteria are met: 1. The person gifting their stock must be 18 years of age or older; 2. Your stock cannot be under custodianship, guardianship or court order for divorce or child support; 3. And the person you are gifting your stock to must be a Native or Descendant of a Native and be your lineal Descendant. For purposes of a stock gift, lineal Descendant means: child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece, nephew, sister or brother. Brother and sister include half brothers and sisters, but does not include step- brothers and sisters. In the case of an adoption, the adopted Descendant can receive a gift of stock if their adoption occurred before they reach the age of 18 and are recognized at law or in equity. Download: Gifting Your Shares Application

  • Name Change

    If you wish to enter a name change, it must be done in writing and include a copy of the legal document authorizing the name change (e.g., marriage certificate, divorce decree) and your original stock certificate. If you are unable to locate your certificate, complete and return an Affidavit of Lost/Stolen Stock FormThe department will issue you a letter describing your stock ownership and a new Shareholder ID card in your current name after you’ve filled out the Name Change Form. Download: Name Change Form Affidavit for Lost/Stolen Stock Form

  • Koniag Stock Will Program

    The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) provides that Native corporation stock is not required to go through probate in the court system. Koniag can work directly with the family members to help determine the proper heirs of the stock in accordance with any valid will the Shareholder may have that is applicable to the stock, or, if a will does not exist, under Alaska Statutes. Family members should contact Koniag immediately when a Shareholder passes on. There are three documents needed before we can begin processing a Shareholder’s estate: 1. a copy of the death certificate; 2. a copy of the will, if a will exists, (In many cases Koniag may already have a will on file if the Shareholder has completed a Koniag Will Form). If unable to locate a will then a questionnaire must be completed; 3. and the original stock certificate must be returned. If unable to locate the original, then a signed Affidavit for Lost or Stolen Estate Certificate signed before a Notary Public will be required. Shareholders are encouraged to complete a will that provides for disposition of the Koniag stock as intended by the Shareholder. The Koniag Shareholder Services Department has a Stock Will Form available to use to separately bequeath your Koniag stock. You can also bequeath your Koniag stock in a general will that includes language addressing who you are leaving the stock to. Download: Koniag Stock Will Form

  • Missing Shareholders & Descendants

    Click here to find a list of Shareholder and Descendant names that we are unable to find. If you find your name on this list or have contact information for anyone on this list, please notify Shareholder Services by email at shareholderrecords.com, phone at (800) 658-3818 (toll free), or by completing and submitting the Address Change Form or log on to My Koniag to update your contact information.