Answered By: Jack Cahill
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2018     Views: 22

– shelf registrations with the SEC represent smaller amounts of equity, debt or other forms of public financing that can be pulled “from the shelf” and issued to pre-arranged buyers without engaging in bidding and without the use of expensive investment banking middlemen. The company does not have to specifiy amounts when it registers with the SEC, only on issuance and these amounts are then reflected in the quarterly financials and not typically in a separate filing.

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