Due diligence

• The process completed by the underwriter to ensure there is no misrepresentation and that the prospectus contains full and true disclosure of all material information that might affect the value of the security offered for sale.

• The careful investigation by the underwriters that is necessary to ensure that all material information pertinent to an issue has been disclosed to prospective investors.

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