During and after the transaction, insurers will want to prevent the issuer and its directors and executives from issuing securities that could have a negative impact on the pricing of securities in the offer. A large issue of the issuer`s shares could significantly reduce demand and hence the price of the securities offered during the transaction, or make investors more skeptical of the potential risk of investing in the securities offered by the insurer. Insurers will seek 180-day freeze-off contracts for all existing security holders or, for the most part, all existing security holders. The issuer should look for messages preventing blocking from interfering in existing agreements. These include, but are not limited, the redistricting of issues or transfers of already planned securities, current loans or capital market activities, as well as workers` issuance under existing agreements or the acquisition or setting of key talent. The insurance agreement contains the details of the transaction, including the insurance group`s commitment to acquire the new issue of securities, the agreed price, the initial resale price and the settlement date. Stand-by-underwriting, also known as strict underwriting or old-fashioned underwriting, is a form of stock insurance: the issuer instructs the insurer to acquire shares that the issuer did not sell as part of the underwriting and shareholder claims.  An insurance agreement should define an event that causes a significant adverse change (MAC) or significant adverse effects (MAE). Depending on the definition of these conditions, a breach of a warranty or warranty may lead to a MAC or MAE in the issuer`s commercial and commercial results and thus give insurers the opportunity to terminate the transaction, as the appearance of the MAC or DFA meant that it was not feasible or not advisable to pursue the offer (commonly known as market-out). The underwriter will want to design the MAC or MAE provision as much as possible to allow as much flexibility as possible when the agreement is released in the event of a breach of representation or warranty. Form-signature agreements may also include a forward-looking language, which defines an MAC or AED as a significant change in the issuer`s outlook and provides additional flexibility to insurers in the event of an infringement that may not currently be essential, but which could have significant negative effects in the future.