Disclosure of the information in this calendar is mandatory. This information is mainly used to identify and disclose the stocks held by certain actual beneficiaries of certain equity securities. This statement will be made public. Therefore, all the information that is provided is available to each member of the public for consultation. (1) Name of registrants – Include the full legal name of any person for whom the report is filed, that is, anyone who must sign the calendar himself, including each member of a group. Do not give the name of a person who is to be identified in the report but who is not a reporting person. For a variety of reasons, investors may decide to buy a large number of shares in a publicly traded company. For example, they could be activist investors attempting a hostile takeover, institutional investors who think the stock is undervalued, or a dissenting investor considering proxy competition to control the vote or replace management. Failure to disclose the information requested in this calendar may result in civil or criminal proceedings against those involved for violating federal securities laws and regulations. In accordance with Sections 13 (d) and 23 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the rules and rules set out in it, the Commission has the authority to collect the information to be transmitted on this schedule from certain holders of certain issuers` securities.
The calendars presented on paper must contain a signed original and five copies of the calendar, including all exhibitions. See rule 13d-7 for other parts to which copies must be sent. Point 7. Materials to be deposited as exhibits. Exhibits must be presented: copies of written agreements for filing joint acquisition declarations in accordance with Rule 13d-1, point (k), and copies of all written agreements, agreements, plans or proposals concerning: 1. Borrowing to finance the acquisition pursuant to Article 3; (2) the acquisition of control of the issuer, liquidation, sale of assets, merger or modification of the business or business structure or other companies covered by position 4; and (3) the transfer or coordination of securities, research fees, joint ventures, options, puts, calls, loan guarantees, guarantees against loss or profit, or the surrender or withholding of a power in accordance with item 6. Once the disclosure has been filed with the SEC, the limited company and the (s) exchange in which the company is active are informed of the new economic beneficiary. Schedule 13D aims to provide public transparency as to who these shareholders are and why they have taken a significant stake in the company. The form means to the public that a change of control,. B, such as a hostile takeover or a proxy fight, could be imminent to allow the company`s current shareholders to make informed investment and voting decisions. Point 3.
Source and amount of funds or other consideration. Include the source and amount of funds or other consideration used or intended for use in purchases and whether a portion of the purchase price is represented or represented by a description of the transaction and the names of the parties, a description of the transaction and the names of the parties.