Unique Skill ID: ESE1A894C22C51739021

Regulation SHO

Regulation SHO is a set of rules established by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to regulate short selling in the stock market. The regulation seeks to prevent abusive short selling practices that could destabilize the financial markets. It requires parties involved in short selling to comply with certain requirements, including locating shares to borrow before selling short and delivering shares on settlement date. Compliance with Regulation SHO requires specialized skills and knowledge of the securities industry, and failure to comply with the regulations can result in penalties and other sanctions.

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