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Frequently Asked Questions
  How does Listing Rule 5110(c), which pertains to reverse mergers, apply to companies that merge with a shell company that voluntarily files Exchange Act reports?
Identification Number 1139
Listing Rule 5110(c) imposes additional listing criteria on issuers formed by a Reverse Merger. For these purposes, the term "Reverse Merger" is defined by Listing Rule 5005(a)(36) as a transaction whereby an operating company becomes an Exchange Act reporting company by combining with a shell company which is an Exchange Act reporting company. The additional listing criteria imposed by Listing Rule 5110(c) apply whether the shell was required to file Exchange Act reports or was doing so on a voluntary basis.
Publication Date*: 11/19/2015 Mailto Link Identification Number: 1139
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