SEC Form D defined: Form D is the name of the Securities and Exchange Commission form that is required to be filed by a private company using an exemption under Regulation D when selling its securities to investors. Under Regulation D, a private company does not have to register its securities and does not have to file reports with the SEC and thus not have to disclose its financial position. The company must file a Form D after they first sell their securities. Form D consists of a brief notice that includes the names and addresses of the company’s executive officers and stock promoters, but contains little other information about the company.
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