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prospectus

a pamphlet or brochure giving details of courses, as at a college or school
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Finsbury Growth & Income Trust PLC (the 'Company') has today published a supplementary prospectus which is supplemental to, and should be read in conjunction with, the prospectus published on 12 December 2011 (the 'Prospectus') in connection with the placing of up to 40,000,000 shares.
Under the rule adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, instead of the usual lengthy prospectus, investors could get a shorter summary outlining a mutual fund's risks, performance and investment style.
What's likely to be your next step--do you (a) carefully read through the finely printed prospectus to see just what you're getting into or (b) throw paperwork to the wind, sign your name on the dotted line and hope for the best?
A copy of the final prospectus relating to this offering may be obtained from Morgan Stanley & Co.
The following supplemental prospectus has been approved by the UK
The Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing to extensively revise the mutual fund prospectus, the basic sales document used to detail the risks and investment style of funds, the commission's chairman said Tuesday.
Medical Properties Trust intends to file a prospectus supplement with the SEC for the common stock offering to which this communication relates.
Please see the prospectus for a more complete description of these risks.
The public offering of the Company's convertible senior notes will be made only by means of a prospectus and prospectus supplement under the Company's existing $150 million shelf registration statement.
The final prospectus, when it is available, also may be obtained on the Securities and Exchange Commission's Web site at http://www.
This offering is being conducted pursuant to a prospectus supplement to the base shelf prospectus contained in the shelf registration statement.