SEC rule amendments to require electronic submission of Form 144 filings and “glossy” annual reports - SEC Update

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The SEC recently adopted rule amendments that will require registrants and other persons to file or otherwise submit electronically via EDGAR a variety of documents that previously could be submitted in either electronic or paper format. The amendments will have their most significant impact on the filing of Form 144 notices of sales of securities of reporting companies and the submission of “glossy” annual reports to security holders, most of which are currently filed or submitted in paper format. Many filers already submit electronically the other documents for which the option to submit in paper format will no longer be available.

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