2 edition of Securities acts amendments of 1964, with explanation found in the catalog.
Securities acts amendments of 1964, with explanation
Commerce Clearing House.
Written in English
|Statement||as signed by the President, August 20, 1964; Public law 88-467.|
|LC Classifications||KF1067.123 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||64054925|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Commerce Clearing House. Securities acts amendments ofwith explanation. [Chicago],  (OCoLC) Federal securities laws had for their primary impetus the great depression and disclosures of substantial fraudulent activity through-out the national securities markets.
The Securities Acts Amendments of have no such earthshaking basis. In SeptemberPublic Law added a new Section 19(d) to the Exchange Act. History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws.
Securities acts amendments of 1964 can't these popular names easily be found in the US Code. How Securities acts amendments of 1964 US Code is built. Securities Act Amendments of Securities Act Amendments of Pub. Aug. 20,78 Stat.
Short title, see 15 U.S.C. 78a note. Pub. AN ANALYSIS OF THE SECURITIES ACTS AMENDMENTS OF f RICHARD M. PHILLIPS* AND MORGAN SHIPMAN" I INTRODUCTION THE Securities Acts Amendments of (Amendments Act) TIES ACTS AMfENDMENTS OF WITH EXPLANATION (Aug.
7, ) [hereinafter cited as CCH SPECIAL] Stat. (), as amended, 15 U.S.C. §§ 80a-1 to (), Cited by: 1. Securities acts amendments of introduction /Philip A. Loomis, Jr., General Counsel Securities and Exchange Commission --Unlisted companies / Thomas G.
Meeker --Proxy regulation / W. McNeil Kennedy --Insiders' liability / James C. Sargent --Sec powers of exemption and unlisted trading privileges / Irwin F. Deutsch --Banks and insurance. THE SECURITIES ACTS AMENDMENTS OF Although the title of my speech refers to "corporations" affected by the new law, it is well to note at the outset that issuers other than corpo-rations can be subject to the new disclosure obligations.
Also, I will cover only the extension of secti 13, 14, although the new law also. The Securities Acts Amendments extended disclosures mandated of NYSE firms to most firms trading in the Over-the-Counter (OTC) market.
Although some prior evidence suggests substantial value increases for OTC firms due to the “value enhancing” mandated disclosures, we find no statistical difference in announcement returns for OTC firms moving to the NYSE before and after the.
The Securities Acts Amendments extended disclosures mandated of NYSE firms to most firms trading in the Over-the-Counter (OTC) market. Although some prior evidence suggests substantial value.
Securities Acts Amendments of § 3(c), 78 Stat. (U.S. CODE CONG. & AD. NEws (). "The proposed registration form is now in preparation, and it is expected to be similar to the forms now applicable to the listing of securities on an exchange." SEC News Digest, supra note 2.
The Securities Act Amendments required a group of firms traded over the counter (OTC) to periodically provide audited financial information, proxy information prior to shareholder meetings. The Securities Acts Amendments of is an act of was passed as a United States Public Law (Pub.L.
94–29) on June 4,and amended the Securities Act of (15 U.S.C. § 77a et seq.) and the Securities Exchange Act of (15 U.S.C. § 78a et seq.).The Securities Acts Amendments imposed an obligation on the Securities Exchange Commission to consider the.
The Securities Acts Amendments required that any OTC firm with at least shareholders and $1 million of assets as of the last day of its first fiscal year to end after July 1, (or any year after that) must register with the SEC within days of the end of the fiscal year and begin to comply with the other three types of disclosure.
A Greater Voice Securities Acts Amendments of The Securities Acts Amendments ofknown as the Frear-Fulbright Bill after J. Allen Frear, Jr., a former Delaware Senator and SEC Commissioner, and Senate sponsor J.
William Fulbright (D-AR), was the most significant securities legislation passed by Congress in the wake of the Special Study report. Citation. Richard M. Phillips & Morgan Shipman, An Analysis of the Securities Acts Amendments ofD uke L aw J ournal () Available at: https.
The Williams Act (USA) refers to amendments to the Securities Exchange Act of enacted in regarding tender legislation was proposed by Senator Harrison A. Williams of New Jersey. The Williams Act amended the Securities and Exchange Act of (15 U.S.C.
§ 78a et seq.) to require mandatory disclosure of information regarding cash tender offers. T HE Securities Acts Amendments of present many obliga-tions and problems never before faced by over-the-counter com-panies, their officers, directors, and stockholders where such companies have total assets in excess of $1, and a class of equity securi.
The Securities Acts Amendments extended the mandatory disclosure requirements that had applied to listed firms since to large firms traded Over-the-Counter (OTC). We find several pieces of evidence indicating that investors valued these disclosure requirements, two of.
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Securities Acts Amendments of. 7. which effect a sweeping extension of the authority of the SEC in the field of federal securities regulation. The purpose of this note is to discuss the scope of those provisions of the new law which extend federal regulation to. Home > Journals > LAWREVIEW > Vol. 39 > No.
1 () Article Title. The Securities Acts Amendments of Effect on the Over-the-Counter Market. Authors. St. John's Law Review. Document Type. Note. Download DOWNLOADS.
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Why can't these popular names easily be found in the US Code? amendments maintained the three major parts of the Act discussed above— the accounting standards, the requirements of SEC registered issuers, and the anti-bribery provisions—the amendments made some significant changes to the Act.
Section of the Trade Act amended Section 13(b) of the Securities Exchange Act to provide.