Form N-2

Form N-2

A form that a closed-end investment company must file with the SEC in order to offer shares in itself to investors. The form details information that may be relevant to investors when deciding whether or not to buy shares of the investment company. It is also used in ensuring that it complies with the SEC's other regulations.

Form N-2

An SEC form for the registration of closed-end investment companies.
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The Commission has issued guidance to assist investment advisers in fulfilling their proxy voting responsibilities, particularly where they use the services of a proxy advisory firm, and provides guidance on proxy voting disclosures under Form N-1A, Form N-2, Form N-3, and Form N-CSR under the Investment Company Act of 1940.0x20 The Commission has also issued an interpretation of Exchange Act Rule 14a-1(l) that proxy voting advice generally constitutes a solicitation under the federal proxy rules and related guidance regarding the application of the antifraud provisions in Exchange Act Rule 14a-9 to proxy voting advice.
Owl Rock Capital Corporation Inc (NYSE:ORCC) filed a registration statement on Form N-2 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC), the company reported on Saturday.
Business development company Owl Rock Capital Corporation has announced that it has filed a Registration Statement on Form N-2 related to a potential offering of unsecured notes, which, if declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission, will provide the company with the ability to issue public, registered unsecured debt, the company said.
One big change will require VA issuers to provide the same information about portfolio management teams on their Form N-3 registration forms that mutual fund companies must provide on their Form N-1A and Form N-2 registration forms.
Acting as joint book-running managers are Raymond James & Associates Inc, Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc, A Stifel Company and Goldman Sachs & Co LLC for the offering being made under an effective shelf registration statement on Form N-2 that has been filed earlier with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
It has filed a Notification of Registration on Form N-8A and a Registration Statement on Form N-2 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") in order to register as a publicly traded, non-diversified, closed-end management investment company.
The offering is being made under an existing shelf registration statement on Form N-2, filed earlier with and declared effective by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Inc (Nasdaq:YHOO) announced on Friday the initial filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission of a Registration Statement on Form N-2 under the Investment Company Act of 1940 in connection with its plan to spin off its remaining holdings in Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA) into a newly formed independent, publicly traded, registered investment company, Aabaco Holdings Inc.
Underwriters will be granted an over allotment option to purchase up to 900,000 additional shares of common stock in the offering, which will be made under a registration statement on Form N-2 filed earlier with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that is yet to become effective.
The offering is being made under the company's existing effective shelf registration statement on Form N-2, filed earlier with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Acting as joint book-running managers are Morgan Stanley & Co LLC, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc and Sandler O'Neill & Partners LP and the offering is being made under the company's existing effective shelf registration statement on Form N-2, filed previously with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and RBC Capital Markets are the acting joint book-running managers and Oppenheimer & Co, Baird, BB&T Capital Markets and Janney Montgomery Scott are acting co-lead managers, in the offering being made under an existing shelf registration statement on Form N-2 filed earlier with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.