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Frequently Asked Questions
  Does a listed company have to disclose when it determines that a previously disseminated Net Asset Value (“NAV”) must be restated?
Identification Number 1321
Nasdaq rules require the disclosure of material information. While materiality must be assessed based on the applicable facts and circumstances, Nasdaq generally would consider a restatement of a previously disseminated NAV by more than 1% to be material information.

When a company discloses any material information, including material information about the restatement of a previously disseminated NAV, the company must provide prior notification to Nasdaq MarketWatch pursuant to Listing Rules 5250(b)(1) and IM-5250-1. For instructions on how to contact MarketWatch, please click here.
Publication Date*: 2/10/2017 Mailto Link Identification Number: 1321
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