Q:

If an issuer wishes to register a security in the state, and it is a new issue being registered with the SEC, the least complicated method to choose would be:
a) Registration by coordination
b) Registration by qualification
c) Registration by filing
d) Registration by certification

A:
The correct answer is a.
Registration by coordination is permitted when the issuer has filed a registration application with the SEC under the Securities Act of 1933.

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