SEC Form N-30D

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form N-30D'

An SEC form that investment companies must complete and have copies sent to their shareholders semi-annually. The report provides investors with performance information every six months, including any events or decisions that significantly affected the funds' performance.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form N-30D'

A company must file its Form N-30D report electronically with the SEC's EDGAR system within 10 days of actual mailing the information to shareholders. Filing of N-30D is covered under Rule 30e-1 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and is related to Form NSAR.

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