Securities Industry Association


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Securities Industry Association (SIA)

An association of broker-dealers who sell taxable securities, which lobbies the government, records industry trends, and keeps records of broker profits.

Securities Industry Association

A defunct trade association for broker-dealers of taxable securities. The SIA set common practices for the industry, compiled statistics and other information, and lobbied governments. In 2006, the SIA formed the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association in a merger with the Bond Market Association.

Securities Industry Association (SIA)

A trade group of broker-dealers whose primary function is to lobby for its members' interests in Congress and before the SEC. The SIA is the successor to the Association of Stock Exchange Firms and the Investment Bankers Association.
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The Securities Industry Association brings together the shared interests of more than 600 securities firms to accomplish common goals.
The Securities Industry Association (SIA) administers the Foundation for Investor Education.
In addition to the Bond Market Association, the Securities Industry Association and the Syndicates Operations Association, more than 100 firms, industry utilities and regulators worked on defining the business and functional requirements for the different asset classes to be included in the new service.
Boltz served on the Securities Industry Association Technology Management Committee from 2001 through 2004 and on the Investment Company Institute Technology Advisory Committee from 2002 through 2004.
Roth Capital Partners, LLC, is a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), the Securities Industry Association (SIA), and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).
He is a former Vice Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and a past member of the Board of Directors for the Securities Industry Association.

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