Category: Corporate

New Shareholder Services Center

BBNC recently held a Shareholder Open House at its new Shareholder Services Center in Anchorage. The center provides meeting room space, free WiFi, computer, printer and phone access, and a great place to meet with staff to complete your Stock Will, scholarship application, to build your resume, and more. We encourage shareholders to stop by…Read More

BBNC 2017 Tax Information

BBNC dividends are taxable. Shareholders were mailed their IRS 1099 forms for the 2017 tax year at the end of January. Some shareholders received a second 1099 form if they received 7(j) payments and shareholder door prize winnings. The 1099 forms reflect payments including: Quarterly dividends (reported in boxes 1a and 1b on Form 1099-DIV)…Read More

BBNC Dividend Banking and Withholding Information

Revisions to banking deposit policies could affect the direct deposit of your BBNC and village corporation dividends and those of minor children whom you are custodian for. Please check with your bank as not every bank has the same policies. Here are some things to be aware of: Entire account numbers are needed for deposit…Read More

Local Business Offers Students Early Opportunities

More than just a convenience store and gas station, the Bristol Express serves a vital role in Dillingham’s close-knit community. Purchased by BBNC as part of a more extensive acquisition in 2015, the store provides shareholders with job opportunities. It’s a place where students find their first jobs, learn valuable skills, and adults like Manager…Read More

Nicolas Petit first into Kaltag, wins Bristol Bay Native Corporation Fish First Award

Anchorage, Alaska – Rookie Iditarod XLVI musher Nicholas Petit, bib# 46 of Girdwood, Alaska is the first to reach the Kaltag checkpoint at 7:45 p.m. with 14 dogs in harness. Michelle Fletcher, human resources manager for Bristol Bay Native Corporation, awarded Nicolas with the Bristol Bay Native Corporation Fish First Award, which includes a certificate…Read More

BBNC Board Application

BBNC seeks applicants to fill four board seats. Interested shareholders should submit a letter of interest, three letters of reference (two professional, one personal [no relatives]), a resume, and completed candidate questionnaire (available as PDF or Word document) to: Bristol Bay Native Corporation Nominating Committee 111 W 16th Ave., Suite 400 Anchorage, AK 99501 The…Read More

BBNCEF Welcomes New Program Officer

Ricardo Lopez has joined the BBNCEF staff as its program officer for the Cultural Heritage portfolio. Ricardo brings 15 years of knowledge and experience gained in the field of Alaska philanthropy. Before joining BBNCEF, Ricardo served as a Program Associate for the Rasmuson Foundation and as a Program Officer for The CIRI Foundation, The Alaska…Read More

Attention Students and Potential Applicants

If you received a 2017-18 Higher Education/Vocational Education (HE/VE) Scholarship, please remember to order your official paper transcripts and have them sent to the BBNCEF office at 111 West 16th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 as soon as your fall/winter grades are posted. This will help expedite the spring disbursements and help minimize the possibility of…Read More