Frequently Asked Questions
What is a prospectus?
A prospectus is a document that describes the terms and conditions of a particular securities offering. There are 3 general types of securities offerings: municipal bonds, taxable bonds, and equity offerings
What do the various document type abbreviations mean?
The following are the most common document abbreviations:
- Prelim - Preliminary Prospectus
- Final - Final Prospectus
- NOS - Notice of Sale
- Rmktg - Remarketing Circular
- Bid - Bid Form
- Fincl - Financial Statements
I’m looking for a specific prospectus. Why can’t I find it?
The only prospectuses available on our website are those produced by S&P Global. For a more complete list of official statements for municipal bond offerings, please visit EMMA® (Electronic Municipal Market Access), a service of the MSRB, at www.emma.msrb.org.
What web browsers does the application support?
The application supports Internet Explorer 9 or higher, Chrome and Firefox.
What is required to view a prospectus?
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to download, view and print prospectuses. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, click here to download this software for free, including installation instructions.