SEC Form S-1 does not provide for forward incorporation by reference of Exchange Act reports filed after the S-1 Registration Statement is declared Effective.
Post-Effective Amendment to Form S-1 for Material Changes
Because of this, when an S-1 is used for a continuous offering per Securities Act Rule 415, a Post-Effective Amendment is needed under Securities Act Section 10(a)(3) to reflect fundamental changes or to disclose material changes in the plan of distribution. The Post-Effective Amendment is required pursuant to the Issuer’s Item 512(a) undertakings.
Changes via S-1 Prospectus Supplement
Changes which are not fundamental or material can be made to Prospectus contained in the S-1 Registration Statement by filing a Prospectus Supplement.
S-1 Lawyer Matt Stout Helps Microcap Companies Go Public
Matheau J. W. Stout, Esq. represents entrepreneurs seeking to go public via S-1 Registration Statement. Companies interested in becoming quoted on the OTB Bulletin Board or OTC Markets OTCQB can contact Matt Stout, securities lawyer, at (410) 429-7076 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation.