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Securities and Exchange Commission

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A US government agency that supervises the exchange of securities so as to protect investors against malpractice.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an independent federal agency that oversees the exchange of securities to protect investors

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Examples

  • Those proposals were aimed at better coordinating with the reporting rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is also charged with regulating the swaps market under Dodd-Frank.

    CFTC Proposes Definitions for 'Disruptive' Trading

  • The French market regulator on Thursday said it opened an investigation into S&P's erroneous message and was joined later by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is expected to review the downgrade-that-wasn't, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    S&P Explains Details Behind Its French Ratings Glitch

  • A spokesman for the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is investigating the matter, declined to comment on the disclosure issue.

    Berkshire Affair Highlights Legal Gray Area

  • In the U.S., it is one of several banks subpoenaed last year by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is examining whether those banks made proper representations in marketing and trading pools of mortgage bonds called collateralized debt obligations.

    Deutsche Bank Awaits Verdict in Swaps Case

  • The Securities and Exchange Commission, which is responsible for policing Wall Street, may need to scale back its ambitions to live within its means, according to a newly completed study that Congress ordered in response to the financial crisis.

    Study recommends SEC reorganization

  • Colin Barr of Fortune agrees: "You can't call the Securities and Exchange Commission toothless after this one."

    Briefing: Goldman Sachs settlement gets mixed reviews

  • The public won ' t see the full proposal until an identical version is approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is jointly writing the rule.

    CFTC Gets Definitive on Swaps

  • He got away with it for years — until, in 1938, he was caught by a routine investigation run by a new agency called the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), whose creation Whitney had steadfastly fought.

    A WASP Madoff

  • Barack Obama's selection of Mary L. Schapiro to head up the Securities and Exchange Commission is a bitter disappointment to investors.

    Dan Solin: Mary Schapiro Should Not Be Confirmed as SEC Chief

  • Barack Obama's selection of Mary L. Schapiro to head up the Securities and Exchange Commission is a bitter disappointment to investors.

    Dan Solin: Mary Schapiro Should Not Be Confirmed as SEC Chief

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