DEFINITION of 'SEC Form U-3A-2'

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.

BREAKING DOWN 'SEC Form U-3A-2'

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

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