Looking to make your SEC Form 3 a breeze? Need help with SEC Forms?
Brief Information on SEC Form 3 – Initial Statement of Beneficial Ownership of Securities
If you are taking a substantial position in a public company due to an investment or employment then you may need to file Form 3, an Initial Statement of Beneficial Ownership of Securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
All Initial Statements of Beneficial Ownership of equity securities is required to file Form 3 dictated clearly by the guideline of section 16(a) of the Securities Act of 1933. This is normally when a CEO, Officer or Director is first issued equity in the company or when a beneficial stake is taken in a company, normally over 10% of the outstanding stock of the corporation.
Section 17 CFR 240.16a-3 – “Reporting transactions and holdings.” prescribes the black-letter law on the Form 3 in conjunction with the Securities Act of 1933 (which outlines and regulates laws for the distribution of new securities) and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (which regulated the trading of securities, brokers, and exchanges). Both “Acts” have been amended over the years and currently filing Form 3 must be done online via Edgar, the SEC filing system.
The Best Method for The SEC Form 3 is Cervitude
Cervitude has filled dozens of SEC Form 3 for our clientele, as well as hundreds of SEC forms alike. We pride our self on our ability to assist your business in every aspect, our expert services range from SEC Form Filing, Business Plans, Website design, and more. All custom designed to help your existing business or startup meet, and surpass expectations. For all your business needs and SEC Form Filing, Cervitude is here to help!
For a full list of our Services: Shop