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  How does Nasdaq compute the number of shares issuable in a transaction?
Identification Number 181
In determining the potential issuance in a transaction, Nasdaq will include all shares that are potentially issuable, even if the circumstances for their issuance are remote. For example, if the company has any anti-dilution features or reset provisions or earn-out or similar provisions that could potentially reach the shareholder approval requirement thresholds, then the company would be required to obtain shareholder approval before entering into the transaction.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 181
material_search_footer*The Publication Date reflects the date of first inclusion in the Reference Library, which was launched on July 31, 2012, or a subsequent update to the material. Material may have been previously available on a different Nasdaq web site.
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