What is SEC Form F-3?
SEC Form F-3 is the name of the SEC securities registration form that foreign companies wishing to be listed on a U.S. Exchange must file and attest to their business history. Like a SEC Form-1, the Form F-3 filing collects and presents information that investors can use to determine if they want to invest in the company.
There are specific parameters for a foreign company to qualify to file with the SEC including they must not have had a delinquent filing and they must not have failed to pay dividends, or defaulted on a debt or lease.
An F-3 form filing provides valuable information and transparency about foreign company wishing to trade in U.S. markets. For support and additional information, explore our SEC reporting solutions.