Flashcards in Section 101 Unit 6 Deck (12):
Who must register as an investment adviser?
Must meet all three
1. Providing advice or issuing reports or analysis regarding securities.
2. Being in the business of providing such services.
3. Being compensated for such services.
The Securities Act of 1933
The Paper Act. Requires the registration of new issues of securities or issues in the primary securities market.
The Securities Act of 1934
The People Act. This act extended the regulation of securities to the secondary market or exchanges. The Act also established the SEC as the primary regulatory body overseeing the sale and purchase of securities by a potential investor.
The Investment Adviser Act of 1940
Requires certain person to register with the SEC as registered investment advisers.
The Investment Company Act of 1940
This act authorized the SEC to regulate certain products, most notably mutual funds.
The McCarran Ferguson Act of 1945
This is the federal legislation that made it clear that insurance was to be regulated at the state level.
The Maloney Act of 1938
Brought the OTC market under the regulation of the SEC and called for self-regulation of OTC securities dealers.
The Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970
This act established the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) to insure investors against losses arising from the failure of any brokerage firm.
National banks are subject to which three independent federal agencies?
The Comptroller of the Currency
The Federal Reserve Board
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
FDIC Insured about? And different account categories they cover?
Retirement account ownership (Example IRA)
Revocable trust ownership (the $250,000 limit is per beneficiary with this type)
National Credit Union Administration NCUA
National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund NCUSIF
NCUA and independent federal agency regulates US federal Credit Unions.
NCUSIF is backed by the full faith and credit of the US government. Insures member accounts of all federal and most of the state-chartered credit unions up to $250,000