How to read the company's share allotment prospectus?

The prospectus of allotment of shares is the legal document that the company submits and publishes to the relevant government departments, securities authorities and stock exchanges to explain the issue of allotment of shares in detail. The validity period of the share allotment prospectus shall not exceed six months. From the date of signing the prospectus, a listed company shall not use the expired prospectus to allocate * stocks. So how to read the company's prospectus?

The allotment of shares is an important act of increasing capital and shares of a company, and relevant information must be truthfully released to the public. When reading the prospectus of allotment shares, it should be consistent with the announcement of allotment of shares
1. Whether there is the word "the resolution still needs to be voted by the general meeting of shareholders" when the board of directors formulates the plan of allotment of shares;
2. The interval between the announcement date of the notice to shareholders and the convening of the general meeting of shareholders shall not be less than 30 days and not more than 60 days;
3. Whether the general meeting of shareholders has deliberated and voted on the issuance plan;
4. Whether the major shareholders holding more than 5% of the company's common shares have made a statement on accepting or giving up the right to issue shares, and publish it in relevant documents;
5. Only after the issuance of the prospectus for allotment of shares can the payment be made;
6. Which securities operating agency is responsible for the underwriting of rights issue and whether it has strong strength to underwrite all stocks. The telephone number and fax number of the distributor and the names of the related parties in these institutions related to this distribution;
7. Telephone number, fax number and * * person of the listed company, the listed company and its legal representative, the lead underwriter and the share registration authority;
8. Make clear the par value of each share, the number of shares to be issued, and the issue price per share. If you issue warrants, you should also know the number of warrants issued;
9. What is the expected total amount of funds raised and the issue expenses.

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