noun | \ dis-ˈklō-zhər \ | dis·clo·sure
  1. a : a lender's revelation of information to a consumer under the Truth in Lending Act that enables the consumer to make an intelligent decision about the loan

    b : the revelation to investors of financial information about a corporation or municipality and about the security it is offering for sale — see also prospectus, registration statement

    Note: Disclosure is required for a public offering.

    c : revelation by a corporate insider (as an officer) for approval of a business transaction that involves self-dealing

    d : a debtor in bankruptcy's revelation to creditors of a bankruptcy plan