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  Does Nasdaq review a company's past corporate governance activities upon an application to list on the Nasdaq Stock Market?
Identification Number 346
When a company applies to list on Nasdaq and is currently traded on another exchange, or quoted on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board or Pink Sheets, Nasdaq will review the company's recent corporate governance activities. If the company is listed on another exchange, Nasdaq will request a representation from the company that it is in compliance with all of the corporate governance requirements of the exchange and has no past violations of these standards. In addition, Nasdaq may contact the exchange to confirm that the company has not been in violation of the exchange's corporate governance requirements.
  
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 346
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