ten-day window

Ten-Day Window

The period of time an investor who buys more than 5% of a publicly-traded company has before it must file with the SEC. That is, the investor has 10 days to announce that it has purchased more than 5% of the company. This requirement is intended to give the investor an appropriate amount of time to organize his/her records while also encouraging transparency in the market.

ten-day window

The span of time between the point when an individual or a company buys 5% or more of a firm's stock and the point at which the purchase must be publicly reported.
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He told the official Ulster website: "With our last game against Cardiff providing a ten-day window to recover, it has given us the opportunity to get a few bodies back on board.
Leading stars like Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff can also anticipate further lucrative contracts to play in the Indian Premier League next year with England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive David Collier confirming there will be a ten-day window for them to appear after the tour to the West Indies.
No contests were received during the ten-day window allowed under the Federal Acquisition Regulation in accordance with the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76, "Performance of Commercial Activities.
Some clinicians may use a five-day or ten-day window, rather than a week, but the concept is the same.
Finance also may increase and decrease assessments during the next few months, but provides a ten-day window to file an application if it is raised after the deadlines.
The Plan provides for a ten-day window after the scheduled end of a permitted bid, when shareholders can determine whether or not to tender into the bid.