SEC No-Action Letters
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is often asked to provide written interpretations of their statutes as they relate to specific transactions proposed by corporations, investors, broker/dealers, mutual funds, insurance companies, banks and attorneys. These responses are called “no-action” or interpretative letters. CCH has collected over 60,000 of these letters dating back to 1971 in its SEC No-Action Letters reporter, making them instantly available in electronic form.
SEC No-Action Letters provides an unmatched resource for securities and management professionals preparing SEC filings and conducting research pertaining to securities regulations and compliance. Especially if your situation has not been tried in the Courts.
SEC No-Action Letters is sold separately, or included with a subscription to CCH's Federal Securities Law Library, which is recognized as the most comprehensive collection of federal securities research material anywhere. Subscribe today to:
In addition, for the period of 1971 onward, selected Washington Service Bureau abstracts and Federal Securities Law Reporter headnotes appended to the letters summarize the correspondence and applicable rules. Together they provide a comprehensive look at a particular subject to help you make the most-informed decisions.
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Stay current with Daily Document Update - Each day, CCH posts the most recent SEC no-action letters on the Internet under Daily Document Update, keeping subscribers up-to-the-moment on the latest SEC activity.
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