Non-Financial Disclosures Required in Offerings – Bruce E. Methven


One basic rule in securities offerings is that in the disclosure document the offeror must disclose everything that a potential investor would reasonably want to know before investing. (“Disclosure document” basically means the private placement memorandum, which is also known as the prospectus, offering circular, etc.) This is often called the anti-fraud rule.

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