You already know how easy our news service makes it for you to keep up with the latest buzz from the SEC. But did you also know we offer a repository of historical SEC News documents going back to the 1950s? On our Agency Materials page, we have hundreds of scanned documents, including press releases, transcripts of speeches, and testimony covering the last 60 years.
For example, if you’d like to know about the “Current Developments at the Securities and Exchange Commission” as imagined in late August 1956, check out Chairman J. Sinclair Armstrong’s address of that title in our database. Just select Agency: SEC and Dataset: Speeches, and enter some text from the title and byline: for example, J. Sinclair Armstrong Current Developments.