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Frequently Asked Questions
  When must a newly listed company hold its first annual meeting after listing?
Identification Number 86
A newly listed company that was not previously subject to a requirement to hold an annual meeting is required to hold its first meeting within one year after its first fiscal year-end following listing. This includes both initial public offerings and companies that are already public at the time of application to Nasdaq. However, a newly listed company does not have to hold an annual meeting following the fiscal year-end where the company did not exist for that full fiscal year (as evidenced by the company’s audited financial statements) because the annual report for the meeting would not include a full year’s results.  Of course, Nasdaq's meeting requirement does not supplant any applicable state or federal securities laws concerning annual meetings.
Publication Date*: 3/15/2021 Mailto Link Identification Number: 86
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