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in New York City. It was formally constituted as the New York Stock and Exchange Board in 1817, and its present name was adopted in 1863. Since 1868 membership has been obtained by purchasing a seat from an existing member; membership has been limited to 1,366 since 1953. The exchange provided capital for the industrialization of the U.S. in the 19th century. After the panic of 1837 it began to demand that companies disclose information about their finances to the public as a condition of offering stock. The stock-market crash of 1929 led to regulation by the Securities and Exchange Commission . To be listed on the NYSE, a ...
Securities Investor Protection Corporation -- Battleground for Reform? Part II ("Net Winner" and "Direct Customer") So, below, I introduced some of the valuation problems in the Madoff SIPC liquidation, where an investor who invested $100,000 in 1980 but took out $120,000 over the next 28 years might claim a total loss equal to his financial statement, which showed a fictitious $750,000 balance. First, the $500,000 cap will limit the amount of SIPC recovery. However, the SIPC trustee would also argue that the "net equity" claim would be $100,000 ... Read More
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