11/11/11 Was A Record Day For Section 25102(f) Filings!

I’ve previously written about California’s on-line database for securities filings which is known as Cal-EASI (See “California’s Big EASI“).  Recently, I noticed what is very likely to be a record busting day for Section 25102(f) filings.

On November 11, 2011, one issuer filed a total of 20 notices disclosing an astonishing aggregate transaction value of $1,686,187,868.50!  The issuer reported that the total money value for these transactions was in excess of $1.5 billion and the value of other consideration exceeded $185 million.*  One notice alone disclosed a total transaction value in money of just under $1 billion.  I haven’t checked the record books, but this notice may well be the largest transaction value ever reported to the Department of Corporations pursuant to Section 25102(f).

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