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Security Traders Association dictum meum pactum "my word is my bond"

  • Wall Street Moms Return to Work: A Tale of Two Cities
    by Sam Belden on May 25, 2022 at 4:30 pm

    Featured Article by Patricia Koetzner, STA WIF Chair & Inessa Ruffman, STA WIF Vice Chair Everyone has heard the saying, the toughest job on earth is to be a mother. Balancing work and family has long been the reality for women in the U.S., as historically, women are the primary caregivers. This has remained true…  Read more The post Wall Street Moms Return to Work: A Tale of Two Cities appeared first on Security Traders Association.

  • Who Pays the SEC’s Bill on Crypto? (Hint: Not Crypto)
    by Sam Belden on May 20, 2022 at 6:09 pm

    On Wednesday, Chairman Gary Gensler presented the SEC’s 2023 budget request before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government. The SEC’s proposed budget, which was made public in late March, includes nearly doubling its Crypto Assets and Cyber team, a unit of its Enforcement division. I think all would agree that growth in the crypto markets necessitates…  Read more The post Who Pays the SEC’s Bill on Crypto? (Hint: Not Crypto) appeared first on Security Traders Association.

  • My Word is My Bond
    by Sam Belden on May 11, 2022 at 1:03 pm

    By Jim Toes, STA Most companies and organizations have a motto – something that serves as a guiding principle for their members and employees while also providing a succinct description of their priorities and brand. For STA, it’s Dictum Meum Pactum, which is Latin for “My Word Is My Bond.” This honorable principle dates back…  Read more The post My Word is My Bond appeared first on Security Traders Association.

  • STA Letter to FINRA on Complex Topics and Options
    by Sam Belden on May 9, 2022 at 9:25 pm

    The Security Traders Association (“STA”) appreciates the opportunity to provide comments inresponse to the aforementioned Request for Comment (the “Request”) published by FINRA. STAis an organization comprised of individuals who are involved in the trading of financial securitiesin the U.S and Canada. Our members are employed at retail brokerage firms, agency only brokerdealers, asset owners…  Read more The post STA Letter to FINRA on Complex Topics and Options appeared first on Security Traders Association.

  • STA Comment Letter on Short Position and Short Activity Reporting
    by Sam Belden on April 26, 2022 at 7:29 pm

    The Security Traders Association (“STA”) appreciates the opportunity to providecomments in response to the aforementioned proposal (the “Proposal”)2 published bythe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC” or “Commission”). STA is anorganization comprised of individuals who are involved in the trading of financialsecurities in the U.S and Canada. Our members are employed at retail brokerage firms,agency…  Read more The post STA Comment Letter on Short Position and Short Activity Reporting appeared first on Security Traders Association.

  • STA Comment Letter on SRO; NYSE Arca; Notice of Filing to List and Trade Shares of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC)
    by Sam Belden on April 20, 2022 at 7:33 pm

    The Security Traders Association (“STA”) appreciates the opportunity to providecomments in response to the above-referenced notice (“Notice”) of Form 19b-4 underthe Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (as amended, the “Exchange Act”) that NYSE Arcafiled to convert Grayscale® Bitcoin Trust (“GBTC”) under NYSE Arca Rule 8.201-E as anexchange-traded product (“ETP”). STA urges the Securities and Exchange…  Read more The post STA Comment Letter on SRO; NYSE Arca; Notice of Filing to List and Trade Shares of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC) appeared first on Security Traders Association.

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