prospectus

prospectus
A document published by a corporation, or by persons acting as its agents or assignees, setting forth the nature and objects of an issue of shares, debentures, or other securities created by the company or corporation, the investment or risk characteristics of the security and inviting the public to subscribe to the issue. The principal document of a registration statement required by law to be furnished an investor prior to any purchase. It is the document which is to contain all material facts concerning a company and its operations so that a prospective investor may make an informed decision as to the merit of an investment.
Federal securities laws (15 U.S.C.A. No. 77a) require that corporations making public stock offerings file a copy of the prospectus with the SEC and also provide a copy to all prospective purchasers. The content of the prospectus is governed by federal securities laws and regulations. The term "prospectus" means any prospectus, notice, circular, advertisement, letter, or communication, written or by radio or television, which offers any security for sale or confirms the sale of any security. Securities Act of 1933, No. 1; 15 U.S.C.A. No. 77b(10).
See also offering circular

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

Синонимы:
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См. также в других словарях:

  • prospectus — pro·spec·tus /prə spek təs/ n pl tus·es / tə səz/: a preliminary printed statement describing a business or other enterprise and distributed to prospective buyers, investors, or participants; specif: a description of a new security issue supplied …   Law dictionary

  • prospectus — [ prɔspɛktys ] n. m. • 1723 « programme de librairie »; mot lat. « vue, aspect », de prospicere « regarder devant » 1 ♦ Anciennt Annonce imprimée, brochure exposant le plan d un ouvrage à paraître, d une collection, d une série d ouvrages. 2 ♦… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Prospectus — may refer to: * Prospectus (finance) * Prospectus (university) …   Wikipedia

  • prospectus — 1765, from Fr. prospectus (1723), from L. prospectus view, outlook (see PROSPECT (Cf. prospect)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • prospectus — The plural form is prospectuses. The form prospecti is not only pedantic but ignorantly pedantic, since in Latin prospectus is a fourth declension noun with a plural form prospectus (which is not used in English) …   Modern English usage

  • Prospectus — Pro*spec tus, n. [L., a prospect, sight, view: cf. F. prospectus. See {Prospect}.] A summary, plan, or scheme of something proposed, affording a prospect of its nature; especially, an exposition of the scheme of an unpublished literary work.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Prospectus I — est le premier album officiel de Raison d Être. Il est sorti en 1993. Liste des titres Numéro de piste Titre Durée 1 Katharsis 6:24 2 Ordeal In Chapel 5:37 3 Ascension De Profundis 6:38 4 Mourning …   Wikipédia en Français

  • prospectus — [n] details, outline of event announcement, catalogue, conspectus, design, list, plan, program, scheme, syllabus, synopsis; concept 283 …   New thesaurus

  • prospectus — ► NOUN (pl. prospectuses) ▪ a printed booklet advertising a school or university or giving details of a share offer. ORIGIN Latin, view, prospect …   English terms dictionary

  • prospectus — [prə spek′təs, präspek′təs, prōspek′təs] n. [L: see PROSPECT] a statement outlining the main features of a new or proposed publication, business enterprise, etc., or the attractions of an established institution such as a college, hotel, etc.;… …   English World dictionary

  • prospectus — A document that describes the details and financial support for a new bond or stock issue offering. A prospectus is required by the Securities and Exchange Commission. American Banker Glossary Formal written document to sell securities that… …   Financial and business terms


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