Schedule 13E-4F

DEFINITION of 'Schedule 13E-4F'

This schedule may be used by a Canadian foreign private issuer that makes an issuer tender offer for its equity shares, provided that U.S. holders hold less than 40% of the class of shares subject to the offer. The Canadian issuer must, of course, comply with relevant Canadian regulations regarding issuer tender offer statements.

BREAKING DOWN 'Schedule 13E-4F'

This schedule must be filed with the SEC by the Canadian security issuer and will serve as a "wraparound" for all the relevant Canadian disclosure documents. Also, the schedule can not be used if the issuer is an investment company regulated under the Investment Company Act of 1940.

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