In a complex and shrinking world, the world receives offerings of securities from companies in the Commonwealth and around the world, including jurisdictions recognized as tax havens. With the incredible power of the internet and the promises and threats it represents, law enforcement has become increasingly challenging.
The Private Securities Commission administers and enforces the rules and regulations under the Securities Act of 1972, the Acquisition Disclosure Act of 1976, and subsequent amendments to those laws, relating to private and decentralized investments only.
In carrying out its responsibilities, the Commission collaborates with similar organizations established by other states, along with the federal government and other nations of the world. It also cooperated with self-regulatory organizations registered under the Stock Exchange Act of 1934, such as the National Association of Securities Dealers, national stock exchanges, and the decentralized market.
The objective of the Commission is to protect the public from deceptive practices in relation to the offers, sales and purchases of securities around the world, while promoting the availability of equity and debt financing for legitimate businesses and industries in the common or that affect it.
Provide all the technology, data analysis, human resources around the world, to keep innovating, giving answers to investors in a market that evolves day by day and demands greater performance to know which private and decentralized investments can give the full confidence of the investing public and the market. participants alike. We Focus on the interests of investors who entrust their hard-earned savings to the equity markets to finance home purchases, college education, and other major life events.