Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Securities Exchange Act of 1934 defined: The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is an act passed to form a governing body of laws to regulate securities transactions after they are issued, broker-dealers, and exchanges in order to protect the interests of the investing public. The Securities and Exchange Commission was formed to enforce the laws passed by the act.

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