Investment Company Act of 1940
Legislation that regulates firms whose primary business is investing or trading in securities with money collected from individual investors. The act was passed to protect investors from conflicts of interest by requiring the company to disclose its organizational and financial information and its investment policies.
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Investment Company Amendments Act of 1970
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