Securities regulation in the US is the field of US law that covers various aspects of transactions and other dealings with securities. It includes both federal and state level regulation by purely governmental regulatory agencies, most notably at the federal level United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
There are also quasi-public ‘self regulatory organizations’ (SRO’s) such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). A significant influence is exerted by the availability of private rights of action under both state and federal securities laws, as well as more generalized laws covering fraud.
The capital markets practice of Beekman Securities is one of the most respected, sophisticated and diverse in the world. Building on its reputation as a one of the premier Wall Street firms. The strength of the firm’s capital markets practice is demonstrated by its leadership rankings both in the U.S. and worldwide in completed common stock, convertible debt, high-yield debt and investment grade debt offerings
Beekman Securities practice benefits from established relationships with all of the major investment banks as well as major domestic and international corporate clients. The strong client base ensures that the firm has a volume of transactions that rapidly builds skills and increases efficiency, while at the same time making sure that advisors are current with breaking issues and developments in the securities laws and the capital markets generally.
Beekman Securities specialize in complex transactions that leverage its expertise to the benefit of both issuers and underwriters. Whether the project involves an initial public offering of a major multinational consulting business or the creation of a new type of equity security, the firm’s experience with complicated capital markets transactions exposes its attorneys to the most interesting deals and helps them develop the skills and judgment to be among the finest securities advisors in the world.