SEC Form PRRN14A

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form PRRN14A'

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that must be filed by or on behalf of a registrant when non-management preliminary proxy soliciting materials are revised and a shareholder vote is required. SEC Form PRRN14A should provide security holders with sufficient information about the issue at hand to allow them to make an informed vote at an upcoming security holders' meeting or to authorize a proxy to vote on their behalf. It includes information about the date, time and place of the meeting of security holders; revocability of proxy; dissenter's right of appraisal; persons making the solicitation; direct or indirect interest of certain persons in matters to be acted upon; modification or exchange of securities; financial statements; voting procedures; and other details.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form PRRN14A'

Form PRRN14A, which is also known as "non-management revised preliminary proxy soliciting materials for both contested solicitations and other situations", is required under Section 14(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. This form is filed with the SEC when a preliminary proxy statement is given to shareholders and helps the SEC ensure that shareholders' rights are upheld.

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