Form N-1A(redirected from N-1A Forms)
A form used to register mutual funds and other investment companies with the SEC. The form gives information about the investment company, such as its investment strategy, organization, and potential risks associated with it. An investment company is required to fill out Form N-1A unless it is an insurance company associated with a mutual fund or if it is already registered under the Small Business Administration. This form exists to promote transparency in the market. See also: Prospectus.
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An SEC form for the registration of mutual funds.
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