Amidst the flurry of deadlines, documents and disclosure requirements with respect to any offering of securities to be registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), it is easy to lose track of routine details, such as the payment of the registration fee required under the U.S. federal securities laws. Failure to pay the required fee in the correct amount and at the right time could result in serious consequences for both the issuer and any underwriters of the securities. Read this Sidley Practice Note for a better understanding of the SEC’s registration fee requirements, examples of the fee table and other related registration statement or prospectus disclosure requirements, and the solutions available when encountering a number of common fee-related problems.
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