Our Principals are expert in developing quality investment collateral such as feasibility studies Preliminary Prospectus, Final Prospectus and Offering Memorandum Private Placement Memorandum. Whether your company is planning a Private Placement Offering or an Initial Public Offering IPOwe provide the documentation needed by investors — and required by industry regulators — to help you achieve the best possible result. Who Reads the Prospectus?
Prospectus Offerings In most cases, a company must prepare a prospectus when it offers securities to the public. Companies that plan to offer securities in Ontario typically begin by filing a preliminary prospectus with the OSC. The OSC will issue a receipt for the preliminary prospectus if all filing requirements are met.
Once all comments are resolved to the satisfaction of the OSC, the company typically files a final prospectus with the OSC.
If a receipt is issued for a final prospectus, the prospectus can then be used to offer and sell securities. A prospectus includes specific, detailed disclosure about a company, its business and the securities being offered.
If the securities are going to be sold both inside and outside of Ontario, the company may also need to consider the laws of another province or territory in Canada.
For information on the filing and review process for prospectuses in multiple jurisdictions, see National Policy Process for Prospectus Reviews in Multiple Jurisdictions. Types of Prospectuses There are different types of prospectuses that a company may prepare, depending on whether the company is already a reporting issuer and the structure of the offering.
Long-form prospectus IPO If a company is undertaking an initial offering of its securities commonly referred to as an Initial Public Offering, or IPOor is not eligible to use a short-form prospectus, it must use a long-form prospectus.
A long-form prospectus must contain general business and financial information about the company; details on the terms of securities being offered and how the company intends to use the proceeds; and risk factors associated with a purchase of the securities.
Form F1 Information Required in a Prospectus sets out in detail the information required. The initial review period for a preliminary long-form prospectus is generally 10 working days. Staff generally issue a comment letter at the end of the day period.
For more information on the review procedures for prospectuses, see National Policy Process for Prospectus Reviews in Multiple Jurisdictions. A company undertaking an IPO should look to National Policy Escrow for Initial Public Offerings to determine if escrow will apply to the securities being issued.
Upon obtaining a receipt for the filing of its first final long-form prospectus, a company becomes a reporting issuer in Ontario and is subject to ongoing disclosure requirements, many of which are set out in National Instrument Continuous Disclosure Obligations.Business is an expanded section of the information outlined under the “Company’’ heading and should provide more detailed disclosure as to the issuer’s history, business plan and method(s) of operation.
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Introduction. Investors expect that if a company's shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the company has complied with specified financial standards and disclosure policies developed and administered by the Exchange.
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