SEC Form DEFR14A

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form DEFR14A'

A form that is required to be filed with the SEC to revise definitive information previously filed in a form DEFA14A. SEC Form DEFR14A revises the additional definitive information in connection with a proxy solicitation that is filed through the latter form.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form DEFR14A'

Section 14A of the code deals with notification to shareholders of matters to be brought before shareholders for a vote, and solicits proxies. DEFA14A is a filing that discloses additional definitive information in relation to that solicitation. Each change to proxy materials requires either an amendment or a revised form, as in the case of a DEFR14A.

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