SEC Issues FAQs Regarding Rule 15a-6 and Foreign-Broker Dealers

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On March 21, the Staff of the Division of Trading & Markets of the SEC published a set of FAQs on Rule 15a-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, which provides conditional exemptions from Exchange Act broker-dealer registration requirements for foreign broker-dealers that engage in specified activities involving U.S. investors. Among the topics covered are distribution of research to U.S. institutional investors, delivery of confirmations and account statements directly to U.S. counterparties, and the application of prior no-action guidance to chaperoning arrangements with non-affiliated broker-dealers. SEC FAQs.

Topics:  Broker-Dealer, Registration, SEC, Securities Exchange Act

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates

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