Contributed By Walkers
In accordance with the Irish Prospectus Regulations, more than one person may be required to take responsibility for the whole of a prospectus. At a minimum the issuer, offeror and the person seeking admission to trading will be responsible for the whole of the prospectus.
The persons responsible for the information contained in a prospectus must be clearly identified within the prospectus by their names and functions or, in the case of legal persons, by their names and registered offices. The persons responsible must also include declarations in the prospectus that, to the best of their knowledge, the information contained in the prospectus is in accordance with the facts and that the prospectus makes no omission likely to affect its import.
A guarantor is required to take responsibility for information contained in the prospectus that relates to itself and the guarantee.