Collection description: A website operated by the Securites and Exchange Commission Historical Society, www.sechistorical.org, hosts over 100 oral histories conducted with former SEC officials and employees. Interviews were largely conducted by the company History Associates. Most entries feature both audio and an edited transcript of the interview.
Regulatory significance: Many interviews delve deep into details of SEC operations. Contains valuable information about all phases of the regulatory process, but particularly rule-making, monitoring, and enforcement.
Location: SEC Historical Society, Washington, DC
Dates: 1964 – present, the majority after 2000.
Access: Open to the public.
Digital access: Most transcripts and audio available online.
Interviewees: More than 160