Schedule 13D

Schedule 13D

Definition

A disclosure form that must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by anyone who acquires ownership of more than five percent of any class of securities in a public company. SEC regulations require that the Schedule 13D be promptly updated when material facts change, such as the owner’s intention to seek control of the company.

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