SEC Form U-33-S

DEFINITION of 'SEC Form U-33-S'

An annual report that foreign utility companies must file with the SEC. The SEC Form U-33-S contains the identity, location and business address of the company and a basic description of its facilities. Any debts and financial obligations must be reported as well.

BREAKING DOWN 'SEC Form U-33-S'

This form was required under section 33(e) of the Public Utility Company Holding Act. It is now obsolete.

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