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Did you mean the 3 documents from Securities and Exchange Commission, of type Notice, in Business & Industry, and matching of intent to repatriate?
operating in multiple jurisdictions 328 as well as the likelihood of repatriation of foreign earnings. 329 Some of the commenters who recommended the … the aggregate amount corporations would owe in U.S. taxes should they repatriate their offshore earnings. 330 In contrast, one commenter...
e.g. over $100,000 or $250,000) or on such large redemptions if advance notice is not provided. 30 The details of the redemption fee and the circumstances … with portfolio asset purchases or sales (for example, transfer taxes and repatriation costs for certain foreign securities, or...
holdings of restricted securities may have to engage in private sales on short notice to meet redemption obligations, which could result in the fund “receiving … to tender their shares pursuant to a repurchase offer to provide advance notice thereof to such funds. 148 Commenters uniformly...