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  What notification is required to be submitted to Nasdaq when a Foreign Private Issuer relies on an exemption to the Nasdaq Listing Rules?
Identification Number 158
A Foreign Private Issuer that elects to follow home country practice in lieu of a requirement of Listing Rule 5600 or Listing Rule 5250(d) must submit to Nasdaq a written statement from an independent counsel in its home country certifying that the company's practices are not prohibited by home country law. This letter is required only once, either at the time of initial listing, or prior to the time the company first adopts a non-conforming practice. The letter to Nasdaq does not have to be specific with regard to the particular rule for which the exemption will be utilized, however, the public disclosure required to rely on the exemption must be specific as to which rules the company does not follow.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 158
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