SEC Asks: Should Exchanges Operate As Regulators?Mark Melin
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is in the midst of asking an interesting question: should for-profit exchanges operate as an industry regulator?
Stock exchanges’ self-regulatory role was established well before the establishment of the SEC in 1934. The exchanges, non-profit entities at the time, derived special status from the regulatory role . . .
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