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Latest Federal Court Actions
- Michael CaridiSep 25, 2023
- Nathalia I. Burgos, Christian A. Cuesta, Steven A. Fernandez et. al.Sep 22, 2023
- Empirex Capital LLC and Rafael Alberto Vargas Gonzalez, a/k/a Rafael VargasSep 22, 2023
- J.H. Darbie & Co., Inc.Sep 22, 2023
- Jonathan BeckerSep 21, 2023
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- Radale Imports, Inc.Sep 25, 2023
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Our Investment Management Analytics Office released an updated Money Market Fund Statistics report. The report reflects staff’s compilation and analysis of data reported to the Commission on Form N-MFP.
- The Investment Adviser Information Reports' data is collected from electronic submissions of Form ADV by investment adviser firms to the Investment Adviser Registration Depository (IARD) system.Updated
- The data sets provide the text and detailed numeric information in all financial statements and their notes extracted from exhibits to corporate financial reports filed with the Commission using eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL).Updated