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Oklahoma Department of Securities

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oklahoma Department of Securities
Seal of Oklahoma.svg
Great Seal of Oklahoma
Agency overview
Formed1959
Headquarters204 N. Robinson, Suite 400
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Annual budget$6.5 Million FY-2017[1]
Ministers responsible
Agency executive
  • Irving L. Faught, Administrator
Parent agencyOklahoma Securities Commission
Websitewww.securities.ok.gov

The Oklahoma Department of Securities (ODS) is an agency of the state of Oklahoma. The department oversees the securities business in Oklahoma. The department regulates securities agents, broker-dealers, and investment advisers as well as the registration of stocks, bonds, and many other types of securities.

The department is led by the Oklahoma Securities Commission, which consists of five members. Four members are appointed by the Governor of Oklahoma with the consent of the Oklahoma Senate to serve six-year terms. The State Banking Commissioner serve as the fifth voting member of the commission. The department's executive is the Administrator of Securities who is appointed by the commission.

The department was created in 1959 during the term of Governor J. Howard Edmondson.

Organization

  • Securities Commission
    • Administrator
      • Deputy Administrator
        • Professional Registration Division
        • Corporate Finance Division
        • Enforcement Division
        • Investor Education Division

Securities Commission

The Securities Commission is the governing body of the Department of Securities. The commission is composed of five members appointed by the Governor of Oklahoma with the advice and consent of the Oklahoma Senate. One member is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, one member is an active officer of a bank or trust company operating in the State, one member is a certified public accountant and one member is an active member from the securities industry. The State Banking Commissioner serves as the fifth voting member of the commission.

All members of the commission, except the State Banking Commissioner, serve six-year terms.

It is the duty of the commission to establish rules regulating the securities market and to appoint an Administrator of the department, who serves at the pleasure of the commission.

Budget

The Department of Securities is not funded by yearly appropriations from the Oklahoma Legislature. Instead, it is funded entirely from license fees generated from the entities regulated by the department.

See also

References

  1. ^ "State of Oklahoma Executive Budget" (PDF).

External links



This page was last edited on 19 March 2020, at 00:59
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