17 CFR § 210.11-03 - Presentation of financial forecast.
(a) A financial forecast may be filed in lieu of the pro forma condensed statements of comprehensive income required by § 210.11-02(b)(1).
(1) The financial forecast shall cover a period of at least 12 months from the latest of (i) the most recent balance sheet included in the filing or (ii) the consummation date or estimated consummation date of the transaction.
(2) The forecasted statement of comprehensive income shall be presented in the same degree of detail as the pro forma condensed statement of comprehensive income required by § 210.11-02(b)(3).
(3) Assumptions particularly relevant to the transaction and effects thereof should be clearly set forth.
(4) Historical condensed financial information of the registrant and the business acquired or to be acquired, if any, shall be presented for at least a recent 12 month period in parallel columns with the financial forecast.
(b) Such financial forecast shall be presented in accordance with the guidelines established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
(d) This rule does not permit the filing of a financial forecast in lieu of pro forma information required by generally accepted accounting principles.