rights of a Security holder to force an Issuer to register its Securities with the SEC. These rights enhance the Liquidity of the Securities because registered Securities are freely tradable. Registration Rights (or Reg Rights) can take several forms. Holders of equity Securities obtained in a Private Placement often have rights to demand that the Issuer register their Securities or to piggyback onto an offering in which the Issuer is already engaging. See Piggy Back Registration Rights and Demand Registration Rights. In Private Offerings of High Yield and convertible debt Securities, Issuers customarily provide purchasers with Registration Rights to enhance the post-Closing Liquidity of the Securities sold in the offering and, in the case of private company Issuers, agree to become Reporting Companies under the Exchange Act.
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