What is the difference between an ACAT and non-ACAT transfer ?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
ACAT is an acronym referring to the Automated transfer process between investment accounts...NON-ACAT, clearly is the NOT automated version.
Where one sends the information electronically between the two companies, the other sends physical representations.
ACATs take, usually 10 days - 4 weeks to process/complete.....NON-ACATs usually state up to 8 weeks. (these are non-revenue-producing departments, and typically not appropriately staffed to process transfers any faster, depends on the transfer company.)Source(s): Investment professional dude
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- AlisonLv 44 years ago
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