Reverse Merger Compliance & Disclosure Requirements: SEC Compliance Basics
In a prior article, we discussed the basics of Reverse Mergers (also referred to as reverse takeover “RTO,” reverse IPO, or a backdoor listing). And as mentioned in this post, in a reverse merger investors, typically, of a privately-held company acquire a majority of the shares of a publicly-held company, which is then merged with the privately-held company. The basics of an RTO were explained in the article above. This post details the SEC compliance basics after the execution of the reverse merger.
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