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SEC Special Studies Archive: 2002

The Commission or Commission staff often undertake special projects to study and report on current trends and issues facing the securities industry. These files will be updated on a periodic basis.

Studies currently available include:

Additional Archives

Date Study
Oct. 16, 2002 Report on Administrative Proceedings
for the Period April 1, 2002 through September 30, 2002
May 6, 2002 Interagency White Paper on Structural Change in the Settlement of Government Securities: Issues and Options
The White Paper is designed to facilitate the discussion of possible structural changes in the settlement of government securities transactions. It is not intended, however, to suggest that any of the approaches represent an improvement over current arrangements or that structural change is necessary. Rather, the goal of the White Paper is to provide a framework for discussion by identifying issues and questions that need to be further explored. Comments from the public, to be received no later than August 12, 2002, are invited; see the paper itself for details.
Apr. 17, 2002 Report on Administrative Proceedings For The Period October 1, 2001 through March 31, 2002
Mar. 6, 2002 Pay Parity Implementation: Plan and Report
With the enactment of legislation that allows the SEC to create a compensation system similar to the systems of other federal financial regulators, the Commission finally will be in a position to implement a permanent solution to our serious recruitment and retention problems - provided the SEC receives the funding to do so. This report describes the SEC's careful approach to implementing a new compensation system.

Modified: 04/28/2009