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Frequently Asked Questions
  How does Nasdaq compute the number of shares issuable in a transaction?
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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 issuing shares in the transaction.
 
Publication Date*: 9/9/2021 Mailto Link Identification Number: 181
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