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SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission)

SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission)

The Securities and Exchange Commission is the principal regulator for the American stock market and sets the regulations for the registration of securities, whilst also fulfilling the role of watchdog for stock exchange activities. Created in 1933, the SEC was tasked with winning back the trust of stock market investors which was shattered after the Great Depression. Today the commission is responsible for implementing laws for stock markets and securities.

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