- have control over such selling securityholder; and
- have had a material relationship with the registrant or any of its predecessors or affiliates within the past three years.
In such case, the Registrant must identify each such person and describe the nature of any relationships. Previously, if a Selling securityholder was not a natural person, a registrant only needed to identify in its registration statement the person or persons who had voting or investment control over the registrant’s securities owned by such selling securityholder. In addition to revising Question 140.02, the SEC concurrently withdrew Question 240.04, which had stated that an issuer with a resale registration statement naming several investment funds as selling shareholders must name the natural persons who have or share voting or investment power for each fund as part of its Item 507 disclosure, even if voting or investment power for any fund is controlled by an investment committee consisting of a large number of individuals who each have a vote to approve the exercise of such power.
Revised Question 140.02 is available at: https://www.sec.gov/divisions/corpfin/guidance/regs-kinterp.htm#140.02.
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