Financial statements are considered stale under the rules of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) when they are too old to use in a prospectus or proxy statement. Accordingly, if financial statements have gone stale, an issuer must file more recent financial statements for a deal to proceed. Deadlines vary based on the type of issuer. In this Legal Update, we provide key staleness dates for 2017.
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