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Securities Investor Protection Corporation
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The Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC, sometimes pronounced / s p k/) is a federally mandated, non-profit, member-funded, corporation in the United States. It protects investors in certain securities from financial harm if a broker-dealer fails. It does not protect against losses in the securities markets, identity theft, or other 3rd-party fraud. SIPIC was born in the shadow of the "Paperwork Crunch", as a means to restore confidence in the U.S. securities market. It's creation was mandated by the Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970, as a way to quell investor insecurity and save the securities market from a financial crisis.

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Stand: 24.01.2020
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Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restit...
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The Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restitution Act was H.R. 2179 and is a bill currently on the Union Calendar. Its official titles as introduced, is To enhance the authority of the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate, punish, and deter securities laws violations, and to improve its ability to return funds to defrauded investors, and for other purposes but was also known as the Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restitution Act of 2003. The bill is sponsored by representative Richard H. Baker and cosponsored by Rep. Sue W. Kelly, Rep. Doug Ose, Rep. Michael G. Oxley, Rep. David Scott, and Rep. Patrick J. Tiberi.

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Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restit...
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The Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restitution Act was H.R. 2179 and is a bill currently on the Union Calendar. Its official titles as introduced, is To enhance the authority of the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate, punish, and deter securities laws violations, and to improve its ability to return funds to defrauded investors, and for other purposes but was also known as the Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restitution Act of 2003. The bill is sponsored by representative Richard H. Baker and cosponsored by Rep. Sue W. Kelly, Rep. Doug Ose, Rep. Michael G. Oxley, Rep. David Scott, and Rep. Patrick J. Tiberi.

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Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, often referred to as the MSRB, writes investor protection rules and other rules regulating broker-dealers and banks in the United States municipal securities market, including tax-exempt and taxable municipal bonds, municipal notes, and other securities issued by states, cities, and counties or their agencies to help finance public projects or for other public policy purposes. Among its investor protection rules, the MSRB is best known for adopting the first nation-wide Pay to Play rule, known as Rule G-37, designed to eliminate the use of political contributions to obtain municipal underwriting business from state and local governments.

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Property Rights in Investment Securities and th...
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This book is, with some adjustments and additions, largely based on my PhD thesis on Property Rights in Investment Securities and the Doctrine of Speci?city, which I defended in London on 15 June 2007 with Professor Lars Gorton and Dr. Kern Alexander as examiners. The subject matter is the doctrine of speci?city and its non-conformity with the developments in the ?nancial markets. As this book shows, the requirement for speci?city in book-entry securities is closely linked to loss allocation. If we decided that the rights that the investor has against its intermediary shall be property rights (as opposed to claims), then, loss allocation is crucial. Should the intermediary become insolvent and there be ins- ?cient securities, the shortfall has to be distributed. Through segregation on des- nated accounts the level of protection for the investor can be increased. It can also be increased by a requirement that the intermediary should hold a suf?cient number of securities corresponding to its customers securities. During the course of this work I have received valuable assistance from s- eral persons, for which I am very grateful. First of all, I am indebted to Tekn. dr. Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse for utbildning i internationellt industriellt for etagande and For etagsjuridik Nord & Co for the ?nancial support they have provided.

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Property Rights in Investment Securities and th...
138,98 € *
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This book is, with some adjustments and additions, largely based on my PhD thesis on Property Rights in Investment Securities and the Doctrine of Speci?city, which I defended in London on 15 June 2007 with Professor Lars Gorton and Dr. Kern Alexander as examiners. The subject matter is the doctrine of speci?city and its non-conformity with the developments in the ?nancial markets. As this book shows, the requirement for speci?city in book-entry securities is closely linked to loss allocation. If we decided that the rights that the investor has against its intermediary shall be property rights (as opposed to claims), then, loss allocation is crucial. Should the intermediary become insolvent and there be ins- ?cient securities, the shortfall has to be distributed. Through segregation on des- nated accounts the level of protection for the investor can be increased. It can also be increased by a requirement that the intermediary should hold a suf?cient number of securities corresponding to its customers securities. During the course of this work I have received valuable assistance from s- eral persons, for which I am very grateful. First of all, I am indebted to Tekn. dr. Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse for utbildning i internationellt industriellt for etagande and For etagsjuridik Nord & Co for the ?nancial support they have provided.

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Securities Offering
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A securities offering (or funding round or investment round) is a discrete round of investment, by which a business or other enterprise raises money to fund operations, expansion, a capital project, an acquisition, or some other business purposeBecause there are no public exchanges listing their securities, private companies meet venture capital firms and other private equity investors in several ways, including warm referrals from the investors' trusted sources and other business contacts, investor conferences and symposia, and summits where companies pitch directly to investor groups in face-to-face meetings, including a variant known as "Speed Venturing", which is akin to speed-dating for capital, where the investor decides within 10 minutes whether s/he wants a follow-up meeting. Mass High Tech, September 5, 2008.

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Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, often referred to as the MSRB, writes investor protection rules and other rules regulating broker-dealers and banks in the United States municipal securities market, including tax-exempt and taxable municipal bonds, municipal notes, and other securities issued by states, cities, and counties or their agencies to help finance public projects or for other public policy purposes. Among its investor protection rules, the MSRB is best known for adopting the first nation-wide Pay to Play rule, known as Rule G-37, designed to eliminate the use of political contributions to obtain municipal underwriting business from state and local governments.

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Securities Offering
29,00 € *
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A securities offering (or funding round or investment round) is a discrete round of investment, by which a business or other enterprise raises money to fund operations, expansion, a capital project, an acquisition, or some other business purposeBecause there are no public exchanges listing their securities, private companies meet venture capital firms and other private equity investors in several ways, including warm referrals from the investors' trusted sources and other business contacts, investor conferences and symposia, and summits where companies pitch directly to investor groups in face-to-face meetings, including a variant known as "Speed Venturing", which is akin to speed-dating for capital, where the investor decides within 10 minutes whether s/he wants a follow-up meeting. Mass High Tech, September 5, 2008.

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