SEC Form PX14A6G

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DEFINITION

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that must be filed by or on behalf of a registrant that wishes to send written material to shareholders. SEC Form PX14A6G acts as a cover page for a copy of a letter sent to shareholders outlining reasons why the sending party wants them to vote a particular way - such as voting for particular members of the board of directors or voting against a proposed stock transaction.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

Form PX14A6G, "definitive materials: notice of exempt solicitation", is required under Rule 14a-6(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. This form helps the SEC protect shareholders by monitoring certain types of communications sent to them.


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