SEC Form U-6B-2

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form U-6B-2'

A certificate of notification that must be filed by all public utility holding companies that are issuing or guaranteeing securities. The SEC Form U-6B-2 describes any securities that are issued that are exempt from rule 6(a) of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935. All pertinent information regarding the securities must be supplied, including the number, price, date of issuance and maturity, and rate of interest.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form U-6B-2'

This form is required under rule 6(a) of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935. The securities described on form U-6B-2 can be exempt from rule 6(a) because of provisions in rule 6(b) or other provisions outside of rules U-1 and U-48.

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U-R-1
U-1
U-48

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