A financial information non-disclosure agreement is designed to protect the confidentiality of financial information shared between two (2) parties. The agreement is particularly useful during negotiations for the acquisition or merger of a business, or when attempting to hire new employees who may have access to a company’s private financial records. Information considered confidential might include tax documents, marketing techniques, trade secrets, sales revenues, employee wages, and any other data that the disclosing party wishes to withhold from the public.

Financial Information Non-Disclosure Agreement