A printed document that advertises or describes a school, commercial enterprise, forthcoming book, etc., in order to attract or inform clients, members, buyers, or investors
a formal written offer to sell securities (filed with the SEC) that sets forth a plan for a (proposed) business enterprise; "a prospectus should contain the facts that an investor needs to make an informed decision"
course catalog: a catalog listing the courses offered by a college or university
A book prospectus is a printed description of or advertisement for that book, usually issued before publication in an attempt to generate interest and advance orders. The word derives from Latin, meaning literally something which gives a view or prospect (in this case of a book). ...
In finance, a prospectus is a legal document that institutions and businesses use to describe the securities they are offering for participants and buyers. ...
A university or school prospectus is a document sent to potential (prospective) students to attract them to apply for admissions. It usually contains information about the institution and the available courses, including advice on how to apply and the benefits of accepting a place. ...
A printed statement distributed to describe, advertise and give advance information on a business, venture, project or stock issue.
A detailed statement prepared by an issuer and filed with the SEC prior to the sale of a new issue. The prospectus gives detailed information on the issue and on the issuer's condition and prospects.
The document by which a corporation or other legal entity offers a new issue of securities to the public.
The official selling circular that must be given to purchasers of new securities registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It highlights the much longer Registration Statement file with the Commission.
A booklet of general information about a college or program.
A legal document detailing a fund's investment objective, financial highlights and fees.
A detailed description of investments being offered for sale.
The Prospectus is a formal document sent to the Office of Management and Budget and Congress to receive funding authorization. It includes project scope information, budget, and schedule, plus a housing plan. ...
A printed statement disclosing all material aspects of a real estate project.
A document provided by mutual fund companies to prospective investors. The prospectus gives information needed by investors to make informed decisions prior to investing in a specific mutual fund. ...
A document in which a corporation sets out the material details of a share or bond issue and inviting the public to invest by purchasing these financial instruments.
A company document required by the SEC to provide prospective buyers of newly issued securities to complete the process of full disclosure.
A legal document, required by and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which contains a description of a fund and an offer of sale of its shares or units to the public.
a document that describes the location of a property, indicates trees marked for cutting, and states that the timber will be sold in accordance with a suitable contact. A prospectus includes the number of trees marked, their diameter classes, and a volume estimate for each species.
A document, published prior to the issue of shares to the public, which explains all aspects of a company's business, detailing financial and other information about the company and the securities being offered for sale.
For investment products (including variable life insurance and variable annuity products), this is a formal written document which explains fees, features, portfolio investment objectives and other details. ...
A report that mutual fund companies are required by the securities acts to issue to investors and/or people wishing to review the content of a mutual fund before they invest in it. ...
A legal document describing securities being offered for sale to the public. It must be prepared in accordance with provincial securities commission regulations. ...
the selling document, reviewed by the SEC, offering pertinent information to public investors about a public company. It is commonly associated with Initial Public Offerings.
A publisher’s announcement of a forthcoming book, set, or periodical, with information about the price, contributors or authors, date of publication, and binding.