Schedule 14D-9F

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DEFINITION of 'Schedule 14D-9F'

This schedule may be used by a Canadian foreign private issuer or by any of its directors or officers when the issuer is the subject of a tender offer filed on Schedule 14D-1F. Schedule 14D-9F is used to respond to tender offers made for the company.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Schedule 14D-9F'

According to the SEC, this schedule serves as a "wraparound" for all the relevant Canadian disclosure documents. In addition, the filer must comply with all relevant Canadian requirements for tender offers.

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