Form S-1

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Form S-1

A document filed with the SEC explaining an initial public offering of securities. Form S-1 must contain a complete description of the security and the terms of the sale. It must also include applicable information about the issuer's financial situation and applicable risk factors. This is done to protect investors from fraud.

Form S-1

A statement that a firm must file with the SEC before its securities can be listed for trading on a national securities exchange. This form contains information on the firm's business, financing, and directors. It also includes a description of the securities listed.
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The panel entitled "Securities Offerings and Financing Documents" included an in-depth discussion about securities offerings, including annotated underwriting agreement and SEC Form S-1 registration statements; drafting and negotiating the key points; how the SEC rules and regulations tie directly to the documents; similarities between Rule 144A high yield offerings, SEC registered offerings, 1934 disclosure documents and 8-K Current Reports and Proxy Statements; and drafting skills needed to address selected recent SEC rule changes.
The SEC Form S-1 registration statement relating to these securities has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission but has not yet become effective.
The Board of Directors are also pleased to announce that the private placement announced on November 1st, 1999 will be closing next week and will proceed with its SEC Form S-1.