Material Information definition

Material Information means any information relating to the business and affairs of the Company that results in or would reasonably be expected to result in a significant change in the market price or value of any of the Company’s listed securities;
Material Information generally means information that a reasonable investor would consider important in making an investment decision. Generally, this is information whose disclosure will have a substantial effect on the price of a company’s securities. No simplebright linetest exists to determine when information is material; assessments of materiality involve a highly fact-specific inquiry. Information dealing with the following subjects is likely to be found material in particular situations8:

Examples of Material Information in a sentence

  • Selective disclosure of Material Information to an analyst, institutional investor or other market professional is not generally considered in the “necessary course of business”.

  • Where the immediate disclosure of Material Information would be unduly detrimental to the interest of the Company, its disclosure may be delayed and kept confidential temporarily.

  • If a rumour is essentially accurate with respect to potential Material Information which the Reporting Issuers have not yet Generally Disclosed, an obligation to Generally Disclose may be created.

  • Publicly filed documents, including news releases containing Material Information, should be included on the TELUS Corporate Website as soon as practicable after such material has been accepted for filing or posted on SEDAR and/or EDGAR.

  • In order to ensure that no Undisclosed Material Information is inadvertently disclosed, directors and officers of the Company may not participate in Internet chat rooms or newsgroup discussions on matters pertaining to the Company’s activities or its securities.


More Definitions of Material Information

Material Information means information (i) which can reasonably be expected to have a material impact on the financial condition or operations of a Firm or (ii) which an investor would consider important in determining whether to buy or sell securities of an issuer.
Material Information means information that is “material” as such term is used in United States Federal and state securities laws.
Material Information means any information (including Material Facts and Material Changes relating to the business and affairs of the Company that results in, or would reasonably be expected to result in, a significant change in the market price or value of the Company’s securities or that would reasonably be expected to have a significant influence on a reasonable investor’s investment decisions.
Material Information means any information relating to the business and affairs of the Company that results in, or would reasonably be expected to result in, a significant change in the market price or value of any of the listed securities of the Company. Material Information includes both Material Changes and Material Facts. (See Schedule A for examples of potential Material Information)
Material Information means infor- mation which, if such information were publicly known, would be considered important by a reasonable person in deciding whether to trade a particular commodity interest on a contract mar- ket or a swap execution facility, or to clear a swap contract through a deriva- tives clearing organization. As used in this section, ‘‘material information’’ § 1.59includes, but is not limited to, infor- mation relating to present or antici- pated cash positions, commodity inter- ests, trading strategies, the financial condition of members of self-regu- latory organizations or members of linked exchanges or their customers, or the regulatory actions or proposed reg- ulatory actions of a self-regulatory or- ganization or a linked exchange.
Material Information means any information relating to the business and affairs of an issuer that results in or would reasonably be expected to result in a significant change to the market price or value of any of the issuer’s Listed Securities, and includes a material change or a material fact, in each case within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario).