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SEC Approves Nasdaq Golden Leash Disclosure Rule

The SEC has approved Nasdaq’s proposed Rule 5250(b)(3) regarding disclosure of so called golden leash arrangements. The Rule requires each listed company to publicly disclose the material terms of all agreements or...more

Nasdaq Golden Leash Proposal

Nasdaq recently extended the comment period for its proposed disclosure requirements on golden leash arrangements. Some may wonder why the proposal is controversial. For an answer, please see the post submitted by in-house...more

SEC Approves Nasdaq Rule Change to Permit Issuers to Regain Compliance Before Delisting for Failure to Hold Annual Meeting

The SEC has approved a Nasdaq rule change to permit Nasdaq to exercise discretion to grant an extension to regain compliance before delisting a company that fails to hold an annual meeting. In determining whether to grant a...more

2/15/2016  /  Annual Meeting , Delisting , Extensions , Nasdaq , SEC

Nasdaq Finds Another Use for Blockchain Technology

Nasdaq and the Republic of Estonia have announced that Estonia’s e-Residency platform will be facilitating a blockchain-based e-voting service to allow shareholders of companies listed on Nasdaq’s Tallinn Stock Exchange,...more

Nasdaq Seeks to Permit Issuers to Regain Compliance Before Delisting for Failure to Hold Annual Meeting

Nasdaq has filed a rule proposal with the SEC to permit it to exercise discretion to grant an extension to regain compliance before delisting a company that fails to hold an annual meeting. In determining whether to grant a...more

12/23/2015  /  Annual Meeting , Delisting , Extensions , Nasdaq , SEC

Nasdaq Considering Changes to Its Shareholder Approval Rules

Broc Romanek of TheCorporateCounel.net noted in this blog that “Recently, Nasdaq solicited comment on its shareholder approval rules. It’s a broad – and general – request since the rules haven’t changed much in the 25 years...more

NYSE Expands Rules Related to Pre-Market Notification of Material News, Trading Halts and News Releases After Market Close

The NYSE has filed a proposed rule change that is immediately effective. The NYSE proposes to amend Section 202.06 of the Listed Company Manual to: - expand the pre-market hours during which listed companies are required...more

Nasdaq Proposes Listed Companies Have Internal Audit Function

The SEC has published for comment Nasdaq’s rule proposal that Nasdaq listed companies have an internal audit function. The rule proposal is as follows...more

3/6/2013  /  Audits , Nasdaq , Risk Management , SEC

Law Firm Disclosures Under Stock Exchange Compensation Committee Independence Requirements

The NYSE and Nasdaq have recently adopted rules which will require compensation committees to consider certain enumerated factors before selecting, or receiving advice from, a compensation consultant, legal counsel or other...more

A Checklist To Comply With The New Nasdaq Compensation Committee Independence Rules

The SEC has approved Nasdaq’s compensation committee independence rules. By July 1, 2013, most listed issuers must comply with the following...more

NYSE And Nasdaq Amend Compensation Committee Independence Proposals

Nasdaq has amended its proposal regarding independence of compensation committees required by the Dodd-Frank Act. Nasdaq proposes to clarify that a compensation committee is not required to conduct the independence...more

Nasdaq Amends Compensation Committee Proposal

Nasdaq recently amended its rule proposal related to compensation committees required by the Dodd-Frank Act. While the substance of the proposal did not change too much, the transition requirements did, and became more...more

Nasdaq Revises Issuer Disclosure Rules Regarding Notices of Listing Deficiencies

The SEC has approved a Nasdaq rule change regarding issuer disclosure of listing deficiencies. Nasdaq rules provide that when a listed issuer does not meet the exchange’s continued listing standards, Nasdaq notifies the...more

12/6/2012  /  Nasdaq , SEC
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