State Administrator

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State Administrator

The regulator charged with governing securities at the state level. That is, the state administrator is the unit of a state government that ensures security issues under that state's jurisdiction comply with the law. It also investigates potential wrong-doing and takes administrative action against persons and companies that violate rules and regulations. The name of state administrator comes from a provision in the Uniform Securities Act.
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We rely on data collected from periodic surveys of the American State Administrators Project (ASAP) from the 1960s to the 1990s.
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