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  What is the effect of an anti-dilution provision for purposes of determining whether an issuance is at a discount?
Identification Number 277

The presence of any provision that could cause the conversion or exercise price to be reduced to below the Minimum Price immediately before the entering into of the binding agreement will cause the transaction to be viewed as a discounted issuance. These provisions include anti-dilution provisions (except for stock splits or similar changes to the company's capitalization) or provisions allowing the company to voluntarily reduce the conversion or exercise price.

Note that if the issuance is to insiders (officers, directors, employees and consultants), then the conversion or exercise price cannot be reduced below the market value, which is the consolidated closing bid price. See FAQ #271.

Publication Date*: 10/10/2018 Mailto Link Identification Number: 277
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