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Frequently Asked Questions
  Does Corporate Data Operations have to be notified about a dividend if notice of the dividend announcement is provided to MarketWatch through the Electronic Disclosure Submission System?
Identification Number 8
Yes. A company must notify Nasdaq Corporate Data Operations as soon as possible after declaration, and, in any event, no later than simultaneously with the public disclosure and no later than 10 calendar days prior to record date. The company should use the Dividend/Distribution/Interest Payment Form, which may be submitted electronically through the Listing Center. Failure to notify Nasdaq of dividend actions or stock distributions may result in the issuance of a deficiency notification.
The company must also provide public notice of a dividend action or stock distribution using a Regulation FD compliant method. Appropriate notification of the public disclosure must also be provided to Nasdaq MarketWatch though the Electronic Disclosure Submission System.
Publication Date*: 12/12/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 8
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