Schedule 13G and Schedule 13D SEC EDGAR Filings

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Schedule 13G is an SEC form that is similar to Schedule 13D.

It is used to report a party’s ownership of stock that is over 5% of a class of equity in a company. Schedule 13G is an optional short-form version of beneficial ownership disclosure statement and is intended for passive investors, exempt investors, and qualified institutional investors that are subject to Rule 13d-1(b).

To be able to file a 13G, the responsible party must own between 5% and 20% in the company. It must also be understood that the party acquiring the stake in a company is only a passive investor, and does not intend to exert control. If these basic criteria are not met, and if the size of stake exceed 20%, a Schedule 13D filing must be filed.

Securex Schedule 13G and Schedule 13D EDGAR Filing Solution

Please submit your SC 13G projects to our EDGAR production department email. A Securex representative will reach out to you to confirm we have received your project and have begun the EDGARization process.

When to file SC 13G and SC 13D

Visit our popular SEC Filing Deadline calculator to lookup filing deadlines for Schedule 13G and Schedule 13D.

Additional Schedule 13G information:

Exchange Act 13(d) and 13(g) and Regulation 13D-G Beneficial Ownership Reporting Q&A Information

Securex SC 13G worksheet (DOC)

Section 16 Filings

If a beneficial owner holds 10% or more of a of certain equity securities, they may be subject Section 16 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and required to Form 3 and Form reporting. Learn more about Marketforms, our Section 16 filing solution.