Securities and Exchange Commission


Securities and Exchange Commission

La Securities and Exchange Commission de los Estados Unidos (comúnmente conocida como la SEC)[1] es una agencia independiente del gobierno de Estados Unidos que tiene la responsabilidad principal de hacer cumplir las leyes federales de los valores y regular la industria de los valores, los mercados financieros de la nación, así como las bolsas de valores, de opciones y otros mercados de valores electrónicos. La SEC fue creada por la sección 4 de la Securities Exchange Act de 1934 (ahora codificada como 15 U.S.C. § 78d y es comúnmente referida como la 1934 Act). Además de la 1934 Act que la creó, la SEC hace cumplir la Securities Act de 1933, la Trust Indenture Act de 1939, la Investment Company Act de 1940, la Investment Advisers Act de 1940, la Sarbanes-Oxley Act de 2002 y otras leyes.

Notas

  1. "La SEC - Lo que Somos, y Lo que Hacemos." Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved 22 de marzo de 2009.

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