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Within the meaning of Article 212-8, the key information is the essential, appropriately structured information that must be provided to investors in order to enable them to understand the nature of and risks associated with the issuer, the guarantor and the financial securities being offered or being admitted to trading on a regulated market and in order to determine which offers of financial securities it is appropriate to continue considering, without prejudice to an exhaustive examination of the prospectus by investors.
In light of the offer and the financial securities concerned, the key information includes the following elements:
A brief description of the risks associated with the issuer and any guarantors, as well as the essential characteristics of the issuer and of said guarantors, including assets and liabilities and financial position;
A brief description of the risks associated with investment in the financial securities concerned and the essential characteristics of said investment, including any rights attached to the securities;
The general conditions of the offer, particularly an estimate of the expenses borne by the issuer or offeror on the investor's behalf;
The procedure for admission to trading;
The reasons for the offer and the planned use of the funds raised.
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