SEC Form AW

DEFINITION of 'SEC Form AW'

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that must be filed by a registrant wishing to withdraw a previously filed amendment. This form contains information regarding the filing to be withdrawn, reason for withdrawal and who may be contacted if there are any questions about the withdrawal.

BREAKING DOWN 'SEC Form AW'

SEC Form AW, "Amendment Withdrawal Request", is generally used to correct errors, such as submitting a filing using the wrong type of form in the original request. Typically, a letter will be attached explaining the reason for the withdrawal.

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