Offering Document definition

Offering Document means the prospectus or other document (issued by the Management Company with written consent of the Trustee and approved by the Commission) which contains the investments and distribution policy, unit structure(s) and all other information in respect of the Unit Trust, as required by the Rules and Regulations and is circulated to invite offers by the public to invest in the Scheme.
Offering Document. The Prospectus.

Examples of Offering Document in a sentence

  • Such Pledge / Lien / Charge can be made via the Pledge of Units Form as attached in Annexure “D” of this Offering Document.

  • The addresses of these branches are given in Annexure C of this Offering Document; these branches may be increased or decreased by the Management Company from time to time.

  • The Trustee shall perform all the obligations entrusted to it under the Regulations, circulars, directives, the Deed and this Offering Document and discharge all its duties in accordance with the Rules, Regulations, the Trust Deed and this Offering Document.

  • Management Company accepts the responsibility for the information contained in this Offering Document as being accurate at the date of its publication.

  • The Trustee has the responsibility for being the nominal owner and for the safe custody of the assets of the Fund on behalf of the beneficial owners (the Unit Holders), within the framework of the Regulations, the Trust Deed and Offering Document issued for the Fund.


More Definitions of Offering Document

Offering Document. The Prospectus or the Memorandum, as applicable.
Offering Document has the meaning set forth in Section 5(F) of the Agreement.
Offering Document means the prospectus, advertisement or other document (approved by SECP), which contains the investment and distribution policy and all other information in respect of the Unit Trust, as required by the Regulation and is circulated to invite offers by the public to invest in the Unit Trust and includes any other Supplementary Offering Document.
Offering Document. Either of the private placement memorandum dated February 27, 2002 relating to the Class B4, Class B5 and Class B6 Certificates, or the Prospectus.
Offering Document means either (i) in the event the REIT undertakes a public Offering, the REIT’s final prospectus as filed with the SEC; or (ii) in the event the REIT undertakes a private Offering, the REIT’s final offering memorandum (together with any supplements and amendments thereto) used in the Offering.
Offering Document shall have the meaning set forth in the recitals to the Fifth Supplemental Indenture.