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Form 13-F

A form that institutional investors managing more than $100 million in Section 13(f) securities must file with the SEC each quarter. Among other things, form 13-F discloses the names of investment managers, the types and numbers of securities owned (along with their CUSIP numbers), and the value of each security. Form 13-F helps the SEC promote transparency in the market.

Form 13-F

A quarterly report of security holdings filed with the SEC by large institutional investors.
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This represents a premium of 45% to Neustar's closing stock price on November 11, 2016, the day prior to Golden Gate Capital's filing of a form 13F with the SEC disclosing an equity position in Neustar.
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