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  What is the effect of a change in a company's fiscal year end on its annual shareholder meeting requirement?
Identification Number 87
Whether an annual shareholder meeting is required when a company changes its fiscal year end depends on the treatment of the transition period under SEC Rules 13a-10 and 15d-10. In general, if the company files a transition report with audited financials for the new fiscal year end, it must hold an annual meeting for this transition period within one year of the transition period end date. Otherwise, the company need not hold a separate annual meeting for the transition period, but it should include the transition period in its next annual meeting.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 87
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