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Following the 1929 stock market crash, Congress passed a series of Acts to regulate the securities industries. Name four of these Acts and briefly describe their purpose
The securities act of 1933 – meant to bring stability to capital markets and stop manipulative and deceptive practices in the sale or distribution of financial securities. Disclose their information. The 1933 glass steagall act – separated commercial and investment banks and created the FDIC which insured depositors’ assets in the event of a bank default up to 250,000 today. 1934 securities exchange act – this law dealt primarily with the supervision of new security offerings, ongoing reporting requirements for these offerings and the conduct of exchanges. Made the SEC. Investment Company Act of 1940 – determined what constitutes an investment company (best known as mutual funds) and separates the functions of investment banks and investment companies. Sets out restrictions on the number of investment bankers who can serve as directors of an investment company and restricts business transactions between investment banks and investment companies. The Sarbanex Oxyley Act (spelling?) – restoring confidence in the accounting profession, improving tone at the top, improving disclosure and financial reporting, improving performance of gatekeepers and enhancing enforcement tools.
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