Rule 14a(redirected from Rule 14-a)
An SEC rule governing the distribution of proxy materials to shareholders. Among other provisions, the rule requires companies to state clearly (and in bold face) the issues on which shareholders shall be voting in the general meeting.
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An SEC rule that sets minimum standards for proxy materials distributed by a corporation to its shareholders.
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