Definition of pro forma in English:
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1Done or produced as a matter of form: pro forma reports
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A standard document, form or financial statement.
- The commission and city should review all feasibility studies and pro formas (such as balance sheets and income statements) to ensure the viability of the project requesting city funds.
- The SEC is examining whether new rules are needed to clarify financial reports and perhaps restrict use of pro formas.
- We shall complete the pro formas in the course of the day and they will be available to the parties before the end of the week.
Early 16th century: from Latin.
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