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The [http://www.sec.gov/ '''US Securities and Exchange Commission]''' administers federal laws involving securities and finances to protect investigators and the public and advises the federal courts in corporate reorganization proceedings.
 
The [http://www.sec.gov/ '''US Securities and Exchange Commission]''' administers federal laws involving securities and finances to protect investigators and the public and advises the federal courts in corporate reorganization proceedings.
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The commission is responsible for preventing fraud and deception in the purchase and sale of securities. The commission may obtain court orders to prohibit fraudulent activities, and may suspend or revoke the registration of brokers, dealers, and investment companies or advisors who operate fraudulently.
 
The commission is responsible for preventing fraud and deception in the purchase and sale of securities. The commission may obtain court orders to prohibit fraudulent activities, and may suspend or revoke the registration of brokers, dealers, and investment companies or advisors who operate fraudulently.
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The Commission regulates the purchase and sale of securities and assets by companies in electric and gas utility holding company systems.
 
The Commission regulates the purchase and sale of securities and assets by companies in electric and gas utility holding company systems.
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Latest revision as of 21:42, 25 September 2019

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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION (U.S.) go back


The US Securities and Exchange Commission administers federal laws involving securities and finances to protect investigators and the public and advises the federal courts in corporate reorganization proceedings.


The commission is responsible for preventing fraud and deception in the purchase and sale of securities. The commission may obtain court orders to prohibit fraudulent activities, and may suspend or revoke the registration of brokers, dealers, and investment companies or advisors who operate fraudulently.


The Commission regulates the purchase and sale of securities and assets by companies in electric and gas utility holding company systems.


US Securities and Exchange Commission

Headquarters

100 F Street, NE

Washington, DC 20549

(202) 942-8088

www.sec.gov