Natera: Danger Beneath the Surface - DI Focus List Report

New - Confirmed, Undisclosed SEC investigative activity found. 

In its November earnings call with analysts, Natera management treated investors to some happy news about an internal investigation having cleared Natera of wrong-doing. The company also said it had received inquiries from unidentified regulators. 

Natera is added to the DI Focus List because, unlike investors, we know the dangers that lie beneath the happy talk on that call. We get visions of Natera running a summer camp built atop a radioactive EPA superfund site.

Full details in today's report.  (PDF with full report only visible if logged-in)

Important:  The SEC reminds us that its assertion of the law enforcement exemption should not be construed as an indication by the Commission or its staff that any violations of law have occurred with respect to any person, entity, or security.  The data reflected in this report are only current as of the dates indicated for each individual company.  SEC investigative activity could theoretically begin or end after the date covered by the latest information in this report which would not be reflected here. Similarly, public company disclosures made since the dates indicated herein could impact your analysis.   

Full disclosures and important additional information appear at the end of this report.


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