When does the Rule 144 holding period begin for shares received due to anti-dilution rights?
For purposes of Rule 144(d), additional shares of stock acquired from an Issuer pursuant to anti-dilution rights have the same holding period as the original shares governed by the anti-dilution provision. Another way of saying this is that the new shares can tack onto the holding period of the old shares.
Shareholder Opinion Letters for OTC Markets and Bulletin Board Stocks
OTC securities attorney Matt Stout drafts Rule 144 and Section 4(a)(1) opinion letters for Shareholders of Pink Sheet and Bulletin Board companies trying to clear and sell restricted stock.
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