Neighborly pages contain many calculations that we have performed, such as the average deal size for an issuer, or the ranking of a financial advisor by the number of deals that organization has participated in in a given timeframe. 

These calculations are made using the latest data that we have available to us. They don’t take into account changes in activity of any kind that have not yet been reported in an authorized channel, such as a U.S. Census Bureau research update or an Official Statement. 

Due to the complexity and time required to update certain types of data, rankings may not always reflect the latest activity. As such they should be interpreted as broad indications of an organization’s activity rather than a comprehensive measurement.

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