ATLANTA, GA, December 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — THUNDER ENERGIES CORP. [OTC: TNRG] reports the company has filed delinquent Securities and Exchange Commission 10Q reports for 2022 and the annual 10K report for 2021, all prepared by the professional auditing firm of Paris Kreit & Chiu CPA as independent outside auditors and SEC registered auditor.
TNRG has also updated its required documentation with OTC Markets, an industry oversight body.
This is an important step in removal of restrictions on the full trading of TNRG’s common stock. The long term goal of management is to fully restore TNRG’s trading status. The stock is still restricted, however, as a pink sheet stock with only certain accredited investors allowed to purchase the security.
In addition, the company has announced it is filing to list on the OTCQB – OTC Bulletin Board – stock trading level and, moreover, to file a Regulation A offering for investors.
Rick Haynes, Thunder Energies’ president, issued a statement to commemorate these accomplishments. “I am very proud and must credit the hard work of the many people within TNRG to achieve a state of compliance.
“We can now move forward with the issuance of common stock through a Regulation A offering, as well as other channels. This is a major accomplishment that will, without a doubt, increase the company’s balance sheet and stock market value.
“Thank you to our company managers who have devoted hundreds of hours toward achieving these goals,” Haynes said, explaining that the compliance goal could not have been met without company management actively guiding the process over the past several months.
For more information about Thunder Energies, its SEC filings, and business activities, please visit: www.thunderenergiescorp.com
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Donald R. Keer, P.E., Esq.
Thunder Energies Corp.
3663 Greenwood Circle
Chalfont, PA 18914