Top 10 Practice Tips: Comfort Letters - August 2022

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This practice note discusses 10 practice points that can help you, as counsel to underwriters or initial purchasers, skillfully navigate the task of reviewing and negotiating comfort letters. A comfort letter is a letter delivered by an issuer’s independent accountants to the underwriters or initial purchasers in connection with an offering that provides certain assurances with respect to financial information included in a registration statement, prospectus, or offering memorandum used for the securities offering.

Originally Published by LexisNexis Practical Guidance® - August 2022.

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