Greensheet

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Greensheet

An informational booklet that an underwriting firm prepares to assist its employees in placing a new issue with investors. A greensheet contains information on a new issue; generally, it is a summary of the prospectus along with brief commentary on its advantages and disadvantages. The greensheet is designed to help sales staff when canvassing potential investors; it is not distributed to the investors themselves.
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TeleBrands has successfully launched over 200 hit products over the years, the most in the history of the DRTV industry according to JW Greensheets, a leading industry monitoring service.
Greensheets must be submitted in writing for cargo already entered into FACTS and require the signature of an official who is a lieutenant colonel or above on the military side or a GS-14 or above on the civilian.
From now on I'm obviously going to check the greensheets (the sports official averages) against the programme before the meeting.