The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is one part law enforcer, protecting investors from securities fraud and enforcing securities laws; one part doctor, promoting healthy capital markets and contributing to America's economic well-being; and one part rule maker, maintaining fair, orderly, and efficient markets. The agency regulates the sale of securities as well as the people and organizations involved in selling them. It also ensures the disclosure of financial information of public companies via its online EDGAR database and is involved in personal investor...
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Pros: Everyone is really friendly and is really a master of their subject area. If you want to have all previous negative notions of how a government agency operates changed, the SEC will change them. I found everyone to be amazingly intelligent, most… – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Washington, DC (US) Nov 2012 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details I applied through USAJobs. I got a call later from two people who wanted to talk to me. It was very casual. I didn't have a strong business background so I just talked about my experience doing previous ethical work. They talked about how sometimes the ethical procedures are a bit ridiculous. – Full Interview
It was amazingly casual. – Answer Question