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prospectus

a pamphlet or brochure giving details of courses, as at a college or school
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The amount of prospectuses passported to one or more host countries declined by around 11% from 2015 to 2016, with Germany and Luxembourg accounting for the majority of prospectuses passported to other EEA countries in 2016.
On the heels of the SEC's new summary prospectus rule, which became effective March 31, NewRiver has launched the Summary Prospectus Index, a weekly tracking of summary prospectuses filed on the SEC's EDGAR system.
Eager to make complex financial documents easier to understand, securities regulators voted Tuesday to allow mutual funds to be sold for the first time without the traditional prospectuses.
And for good reason: too often it seemed prospectuses were crammed with legalese and numbers.
This and other information can be found in their prospectuses.
said in a speech in Boston that regulators would consider removing disclosure requirements that have turned prospectuses into documents that ``tend to obscure the essential information that would help people make investment decisions.
Under the terms of a ruling and order of the Ontario Securities Commission dated September 6, 2005, prospectuses will not be delivered to TSX purchasers.