Issuers in the fixed-income markets disclose material information about themselves and the securities they issue at the time of the initial offering and on a regular basis. Yet the rules pertaining to financial disclosure and ongoing reporting are complex and vary considerably by sector and geography, and at times this complexity can make financial analysis very difficult for investors. This page explores this topic in detail.
To help you navigate to the research you need, the page is split into two sections; Accounting Analysis and Financial Statement Disclosure
and Offering Document Disclosure and Ongoing Reporting.