exempted security

Definition of "exempted security"
  1. This refers to a type of security, such as a government bond, that is not subject to specific rules set by the Securities and Exchange Commission, particularly those pertaining to registration on a securities exchange
How to use "exempted security" in a sentence
  1. A government bond in this case would be regarded as an exempted security since it does not necessarily have to follow standard regulations by the Securities and Exchange Commission on securities exchange registration.
  2. Due to its unique nature, an exempted security allows an investor to bypass some of the customary registration requirements from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
  3. The Securities and Exchange Commission does not mandate the registration of an exempted security on a securities exchange.

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