Henri Steenkamp Saratoga Investment Corp.

On May 20, Saratoga Investment Corp. filed their Form 10-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Although simply named, the Form 10-K is actually a fairly comprehensive and complex report that companies must file with the SEC each year to share their financial details and financial performance. The 10-K includes audited financial statements, equity, and subsidiaries, but also other information like company history, risk factors, executive compensation, and more.

In this year’s Form 10-K, Saratoga makes a number of forward-looking statements about its future operating results, the impact of intended investments, business prospects, contractual relationships, expected financings and investments, and more.

You can view Saratoga’s full Form 10-K here.