Here is a list of the most common filing errors made on insider reports. We strongly suggest that you check your proposed filing for these types of errors in order to lessen the likelihood that a securities regulatory authority will consider your report incorrect and contact you.
- Problems with reporting your type of ownership – Not reporting by type of holding (direct ownership, indirect ownership, or control or direction)
- Reporting escrowed shares as a separate class of securities
- Not reporting the name of the registered holder (for indirect or control/direction holdings)
- Not showing both sides of the transaction, if applicable (e.g., exercise of options – disposition of options/acquisition of common shares). See question 4.5.12.