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Overview of SEC's Enforcement Program and Market Oversight Resources

Goals and Objectives of an Effective Enforcement Program

Cooperation between Civil and Criminal Authorities

Cooperation with the SEC

Penalties

Disgorgement

Sanctions Against Company Officers & Management

Settlements

Asset Restraints

Role of Self Regulatory Organizations

Investigative Techniques

Market Surveillance Systems: Techniques & Enforcement

Investigating Financial Fraud By Issuers

Insider Trading

Pyramid Schemes & Offering Fraud

Market Manipulation

Boiler Rooms

Internet Fraud

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

International Enforcement Cooperation

Administrative Law/Adjudication Procedures

 

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Modified: 10/12/2006