Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an independent agency of the United States federal government that plays a crucial role in the oversight and regulation of the securities industry. Its primary mission is to protect investors, maintain fair and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.

The SEC achieves its objectives through various activities, including the enforcement of federal securities laws, making and enforcing rules governing the securities industry, and overseeing the operations of securities exchanges, brokers, and other market participants. It requires companies to disclose important financial information to the public, thereby ensuring transparency and providing investors with the necessary information to make informed investment decisions. Additionally, the SEC strives to prevent fraudulent activities and unfair practices in the securities markets, investigating and taking legal action against those who violate the securities laws. Through its efforts, the SEC promotes confidence in the securities markets, safeguarding investors and facilitating the efficient allocation of capital.

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