comfort letter
noun
  1. in the United States, an accountant's statement confirming that the unaudited financial information in a prospectus follows GAAP

  2. a letter from a parent company to a lender assuring the lender that a subsidiary company that has applied for a loan will be supported by the parent in its efforts to stay in business

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