Exclusivity/Confidentiality

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Confidentiality agreements (also called “non-disclosure agreements” or “NDAs”) are undertakings signed by bidders in the initial stages of exploring a potential deal. Their purpose is to protect the confidentiality of any commercially sensitive information about a company being sold that is disclosed to bidders during deal negotiations.

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