SEC Form X-15AJ-2

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form X-15AJ-2'

This form is the "annual consolidated supplement", a form that is filed annually with the SEC by national securities associations and affiliated securities associations. SEC Form X-15AJ-2, the consolidated supplement, must be accompanied by three additional exhibits for SEC review.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form X-15AJ-2'

The additional exhibits must include copies of the association's constitution or charter and its existing by-laws or rules. Also included must be the association's balance sheet and income and expense statement for its last fiscal year. Finally, the association must reveal the names and places of business of all its members.

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