SEC Form U-3A-2

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DEFINITION

A statement that must be filed with the SEC by any holding company that wishes to claim exemption from the Public Utilities Company Holding Act of 1935. The SEC Form U-3A-2 contains the organization's name, state of organization, current location and nature of business. A basic description of all of the properties and equipment, as well as the distribution of energy, is also required.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

This form was to be filed annually before March 1. The exemption falls under rule U-3A-2 of PUCHA.


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