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Flynn also described a meeting at the SEC in which top staff discussed refusing to admit the destruction had taken place, because it was possibly illegal. The SEC issued a statement defending its procedures.
NPR concluded its report: The debate boils down to this: What does an investigative record mean to Congress? And the courts? Under the law, those investigative records must be kept for 25 years.
But federal officials say no judge has ruled that papers related to early-stage SEC inquiries are investigative records. The SEC's inspector general says he's conducting a thorough investigation into the allegations.
The goal of the Working Group is to enhance the integrity, efficiency, orderliness, and competitiveness of the financial markets while maintaining investor confidence.
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Securities Act published in the Nat FCA final rules - restrictions on the retail d NAPF report 'Where is the workforce in corpora Mark Carney's Mansion House speech - ethical d Fair and Effective Markets Review - final repo The Companies Act - farewell Europe: Companies Act implementation - more Although the law is written to require registration of securities, it is more useful as a practical matter to consider the requirement to be that of registering offers and sales. If person A registers a sale of securities to person B, and then person B seeks to resell those securities, person B must still either file a registration statement or find an available exemption.
A prospectus from the US The prospectus , which is the document through which an issuer's securities are marketed to a potential investor, is included as part of the registration statement.
The SEC prescribes the relevant forms on which an issuer's securities must be registered. Among other things, registration forms call for: a description of the securities to be offered for sale; information about the management of the issuer; information about the securities if other than common stock ; and financial statements certified by independent accountants. Registration statements and the incorporated prospectuses become public shortly after they are filed with the SEC.
Registration statements are subject to SEC examination for compliance with disclosure requirements. It is illegal for an issuer to lie in, or to omit material facts from, a registration statement or prospectus. Furthermore, when some true fact is disclosed, even if disclosing the fact would not have been required, it is illegal to not provide all other information required to make the fact not misleading. Not all offerings of securities must be registered with the SEC.
Some exemptions from the registration requirements include: private offerings to a specific type or limited number of persons or institutions; offerings of limited size; intrastate offerings; and securities of municipal, state, and federal governments.