in a registered Securities offering, the Prefiling Period for the Issuer is a Quiet Period — so called because the Issuer must be very careful not to make any oral or written offers prior to filing the Registration Statement. Consequences of being “loud” during the Quiet Period include a cooling off period and a substantial delay in the deal timeline. See Prefiling Period and Gun Jumping.
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