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    1. What is the SEC?

    2. How does it impact financial decision-making?

    3. What constraints might it put on a company?

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    Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

    Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is federal agency in the United States which was established in the year 1934, after the great depression in the United State economy. The main responsibility of SEC is to impose the federal securities laws and governing the security market, in order to assert or retain the confidence level of the investors in the stock market of the United States. SEC also provides working and financial statement transparency of the United States companies in order to make well aware the investors ...

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 512 words with references.