Securities Act, 1933


Securities Act, 1933
(Federal Securities Act)
   Intended to provide protection for investors, the Securities Act of 27 May 1933 required the sellers of securities to provide detailed information to the Federal Trade Commission and provide the potential investor with a detailed prospectus outlining details of the securities and the company concerned.

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