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Published by CCH Washington Service Bureau in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Securities -- United States -- Cases -- Indexes,
  • Corporations -- Finance -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Cases -- Indexes

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Edition Notes

Other titlesNo-action letters index and summaries, Securities and Exchange no-action letters index and summaries, SEC no action letter weekly.
GenreCases, Indexes.
ContributionsWashington Service Bureau., United States. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF1436.28 .S423
The Physical Object
Paginationv. (loose-leaf) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3477752M
LC Control Number2005617520

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SEC No-Action Letters Index and Summaries. Knowledge Base; Search; Search. My Corner. My Profile; My Account; My Favorite Products; My Cases; Product Support. CCH Axcess; CCH ProSystem fx Tax; Publishing and Books; Sales and Use Tax; Research . When the SEC staff issues a no-action letter, it usually confirms in the letter that it will not recommend that the SEC take enforcement action relating to the issuer's proposed activities as long as the specific facts and circumstances presented by the issuer do not change. CUSTOMER PROTECTION – RESERVES AND CUSTODY OF SECURITIES no action letter would have to be requested of the SEC on a case by case basis. (SEC Letter to Arnhold & S. Bleichroeder, Inc., J ) (No. , May ) SEA Rule 15c(a)(1)/   No-action letters are inquiries sent by individuals or entities requesting that the SEC staff not recommend an enforcement action in the event specified conduct occurs. No-action letters are useful for research purposes because they are very fact-specific and provide a good indication of how the SEC will view conduct.