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http://www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Reg A – Ongoing Reports You Must File
Tier 2 issuers must file an annual report with the SEC on Form 1-K: Annual Report. Tier 2 issuers must file a semiannual report with the SEC Form 1-SA: Semiannual Report. Tier 2 issuers must promptly file current reports on Form 1-U with the SEC. This is for certain corporate events, much the same way as reporting issuers file current reports on Form 8-K. All Reg A issuers must file a notice under cover of Form 1-Z: Exit Report.
Issuers conducting Tier 1 offerings will be required to file Part I of Form 1-Z. Tier 2 offerings must also disclose the same information as issuers conducting Tier 1 offerings in Part I of Form 1-Z, unless previously reported by the issuer on Form 1-K. Issuers conducting Tier 2 offerings will also be required to complete Part II of Form 1-Z in order to notify investors and the Commission that it will no longer file and provide annual reports pursuant to the requirements of Regulation A.
A Tier 2 issuer's obligations to file ongoing reports could be terminated at any time after completion of reporting for the fiscal year in which the offering statement was qualified,
if the securities of each class to which the offering statement relates are held of record by fewer than 300 persons and offers and sales are not ongoing.
Tier 2 issuers in that list securities offered under Reg A on a national securities exchange or that register the Reg A securities under the Exchange Act can file Form 8-A (short form) registration statement with the SEC
New filers need to file a Form ID with the SEC to get access codes to permit filing on EDGAR
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