The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC): Background, Issues, Bibliography
Brian J. Wilder
Novinka Books, 2003 - Business & Economics - 155 pages
Contents: Auditing and Accounting Regulation -- Key SEC Powers; Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and SEC Registration and Disclosures; Federal Securities Law -- Insider Trading; Securities Transaction Fees; Securities Fees and SEC Pay Parity; Securities Industry Reactions to Database Protection Legislation; Electronic Stock Market; SEC Operations -- Increased Workload Creates Challenges; Index.
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