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Registration Statement Filings

The SEC mandates that companies disclose certain financial information through the registration of securities. This information allows investors to make informed decisions about purchasing securities. All issuers must file a registration statement with the SEC or qualify for an exemption.

A registration form includes the following:

  • Company’s properties and business description
  • Description of the offered security
  • Company management details
  • Certified financial statements

Shortly after the filing, the statement information becomes publicly accessible through the EDGAR system.

There are a variety of forms used to register securities; however, the two primary forms are S-1 and S-3.

Form S-1: General registration statement for the company.

Form S-3: This form is used when the company applying for registration already has a security filed with the SEC and has met previous reporting requirements.

Contact a sales representative to learn more about our Registration Statement services at 877-285-8605 or by clicking above.

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