confidential information memorandum

confidential information memorandum
Also known as an information memorandum.
This term has a number of meanings. In the context of:
Corporate, a disclosure document delivered to potential investors in a private placement which provides information on the issuer and the securities being offered. Unlike a prospectus in a public offering, there are no specific content requirements proscribed by applicable regulatory authorities. The content included in a confidential information memorandum is typically driven by what is expected by the market. A confidential information memorandum is also used as a disclosure document delivered to potential buyers in an auction to provide information on the target company.
Finance, also known as a bank book, a confidential information memorandum prepared by an arranger in connection with a loan syndication to prospective lenders which sets out details relating to the borrower and the financing.

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