SEC Form U-13E-1


DEFINITION of 'SEC Form U-13E-1'

A report that must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by any affiliate service company or other company that provides services as its primary activity. The report must contain the name, address, form of organization and name of contact individual with the SEC. It must also provide the names and addresses as well as the compensation of all officers and directors of the company.


This report was required by rule 95 under the Public Utility Holding Company Act. It is now obsolete.

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