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[QUOTE]Originally posted by T e x: [QB] [QUOTE][b]What is rule 15c211[/b] Written by Joseph Quinones What is rule 15c211? 15c211 Was designed to allow fully reporting public companies to have their securities quoted on Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board (“OTCBB”) by filing some simple disclosure. Rule 15C211 Under SEC Rule 15C211, a U.S. securities broker or dealer may not publish a quotation for any security unless certain information concerning issuer is available and broker or dealer has a reasonable basis for believing that information is accurate. The information requirement is satisfied, in simple terms, if: 1) a Securities Act registration statement (F-6, F-1) has been filed within last 90 days, 2) issuer is complying with filing requirements and has in its records issuer's most recent annual report, 4) issuer is complying with Rule 12g3-2(b), 5) broker or dealer has on record information relating to issuer, its securities, its business, products and facilities. Management information, financial statements of issuer and certain other data must also be on record. Form 15C211, also known as Form 211, refers to specific filing form a broker/dealer must provide containing information necessary to publish a quotation on company. For more information visit: [URL=http://www.genesiscorporateadvisors.com[/QUOTE]]www.genesiscorporateadvisors.com[/quote][/URL] http://improvehomelife.com/What_is_rule_15c211-46029.htm [/QB][/QUOTE]
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