Are all US public companies required to maintain a website where they publish press releases and financial statements? If so, do such requirements only apply to exchange-listed companies, or are OTC stocks subject to such requirements too? I am asking because I want to know whether or not an investor relations website is guaranteed to exist for any given US public company.

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    I doubt that a company is required to have a website in the first place...
    – Jon Custer
    Commented Jan 10, 2022 at 16:28
  • @JonCuster All companies listed on some Euronext stock exchanges such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, and Paris are required to have a website. Just wondering if there are similar regulations in the US.
    – Flux
    Commented Sep 21, 2022 at 4:03

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Short answer: no.

I am pretty darn sure that the only requirements to be a publicly traded company is that said company meets all the standards to be public traded and files the necessary forms correctly and on-time with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which will then make those forms publicly available.


There is not legal requirement that a company maintains an investor relations webpage or I think even have an investor relations department.

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