The SEC has a three-part mission: to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation.
Securities and Exchange Commission
The Securities and Exchange Commission was founded June 6, 1934
The Securities and Exchange Commission is labeled as a reform. It was created to serve as a federal watchdog to protect investors.
The Securities and Exchange Commission oversees securities, transactions, and activities of financial professionals and mutual fund trading to prevent fraud and intentional deception. The SEC was designed to boost confidence in markets by providing investors with reliable information. The SEC is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation. The SEC is divided into divisions. Those are the division of corporation finance, trading and markets, investment management, and enforcement.
As of 2015, there is a total of 4,301 employees that work for the SEC. The Division of Corporation Finance seeks to ensure that investors are provided with material information in order to make informed investment decisions. The Division of Investment Management regulates investment companies, variable insurance products, and federally registered investment advisers. The Division of Trading and Markets establishes and maintains standards for fair, orderly, and efficient markets. It regulates the major securities market participants, broker-dealers, and self-regulatory organizations.
He signed the Declaration of War against Japan
Only President to serve four terms
He has won all of his presidential elections in landslides
He tried to increase the size of the supreme court