You can't be serious? First of all, NEWL does not submit 8K because it is a foreign company and uses 6K's instead. And it wouldn't be a 10Q form because NEWL does not report quarterly data. Also it would not be a 10K form because that is just a yearly disclosure (and NEWL uses the 20F form which was filed back in March or April)
After a stock split is effected, shareholders will be notified. The Securities and Exchange Commission prescribes that when shareholder approval is not required, companies may notify their shareholders of a reverse stock split on the reports filed with the agency such as the 8-K, 10 Q and 10-K, which are the event filing, quarterly report and annual report, respectively. The transfer agent handling the share re-assignment in a stock split will arrange for the exchange of pre-split shares for new, post-split shares.
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