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A company that is listed with the SEC after submission of a required statement and compliance with disclosure requirements.
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Registered Investment Company
A mutual fund or other investment company that is registered with the SEC. Registered investment companies are required to report their policies and financial conditions, much like a publicly-traded company. Most investment companies in the United States must register with the SEC; they are regulated by the Investment Company Act of 1940.
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A corporation that has filed an SEC registration form and that is subject to SEC reporting requirements.
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registered companya JOINT STOCK COMPANY that is registered in the UK with the REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES.
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