Blue Sky Law

From Open Risk Manual

Definition

Blue Sky Law. A kind of securities regulation passed by various states, designed to protect investors against securities fraud by requiring sellers of new issues to register their offerings and provide financial details

This allows investors to base their judgments on trustworthy data.

See Also

  • Barron's Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms, Ninth Edition, 2014


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