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SEC. 405. (12 U.S.C. 4405) PREEMPTION.
No stay, injunction, avoidance, moratorium, or similar proceeding or order, whether issued or granted by a court, administrative agency, or otherwise, shall limit or delay application of otherwise enforceable netting contracts in accordance with sections 403 and 404. SEC. 406. (12 U.S.C. 4406) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER PAYMENTS SYS.
TEMS. This subtitle shall have no effect by implication or otherwise on the validity or legal enforceability of a netting arrangement of any payment system which is not subject to this subtitle. SEC. 407. (12 U.S.C. 4407) NATIONAL EMERGENCIES.
The provisions of this subtitle may not be construed to limit the authority of the President under the Trading With the Enemy Act (50 U.S.C. App. 1 et seq.) or the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 10 OF 1950
(15 U.S.C. 78d nt)
Eff. May 24, 1950, 15 F.R. 3175, 64 Stat. 1265 Prepared by the President and transmitted to the Senate and the House of Rep
resentatives in Congress assembled, March 13, 1950, pursuant to the provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1949, approved June 20, 1949 (see 5 U.S.C. 901 et seq.).
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
§ 1. TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS TO THE CHAIRMAN (a) Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section there are hereby transferred from the Securities and Exchange Commision, hereinafter referred to as the Commission, to the Chairman of the Commission, hereinafter referred to as the Chairman, the executive and administrative functions of the Commission, including functions of the Commission with respect to (1) the appointment and supervision of personnel employed under the Commission, (2) the distribution of business among such personnel and among administrative units of the Commission, and (3) the use and expenditure of funds.
(b)(1) In carrying out any of his functions under the provisions of this section the Chairman shall be governed by general policies of the Commission and by such regulatory decisions, findings, and determinations as the Commission may by law be authorized to make.
(2) The appointment by the Chairman of the heads of major administrative units under the Commission shall be subject to the approval of the Commission.
(3) Personnel employed regularly and full time in the immediate offices of Commissioners other than the Chairman shall not be affected by the provisions of this reorganization plan.
(4) There are hereby reserved to the Commission its functions with respect to revising budget estimates and with respect to determining upon the distribution of appropriated funds according to major programs and purposes.
§ 2. PERFORMANCE OF TRANSFERRED FUNCTIONS The Chairman may from time to time make such provisions as he shall deem appropriate authorizing the performance by any officer, employee, or administrative unit under his jurisdiction of any function transferred to the Chairman by the provisions of section 1 of this reorganization plan.
83. DESIGNATION OF CHAIRMAN The functions of the Commission with respect to choosing a Chairman from among the Commissioners composing the Commission are hereby transferred to the President.
MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT To the Congress of the United States:
I transmit herewith Reorganization Plan No. 10 of 1950, prepared in accordance with the Reorganization Act of 1949 and providing for reorganizations in the Securities and Exchange Commission. My reasons for transmitting this plan are stated in an accompanying general message.
After investigation I have found and hereby declare that each reorganization included in Reorganization Plan No. 10 of 1950 is necessary to accomplish one or more of the purposes set forth in section 2(a) of the Reorganization Act of 1949.
The taking effect of the reorganizations included in this plan may not in itself result in substantial immediate savings. However, many benefits in improved operations are probable during the next years which will result in a reduction in expenditures as compared with those that would be otherwise necessary. An itemization of these reductions in advance of actual experience under this plan is not practicable.
HARRY S. TRUMAN. THE WHITE HOUSE, March 13, 1950.
OMNIBUS SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL FORMATION
ACT OF 1980
(Pub. L. 96–477, title V, October 21, 1980, 94 Stat. 2291)
LIAISON BETWEEN SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION AND
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SEC. 502. (15 U.S.C. 80c] (a) The Securities and Exchange Commission shall gather, analyze, and make available to the public, information with respect to the capital formation needs, and the problems and costs involved with new, small, medium-sized, and independent businesses.
(b) The Commission shall make the results of such studies available to the Small Business Administration and otherwise have regular communication and liaison with such Administration in these matters.
ANNUAL GOVERNMENT-BUSINESS FORUM ON CAPITAL FORMATION
SEC. 503. (15 U.S.C. 80c-1] (a) Pursuant to the consultation called for in section 502, the Securities and Exchange Commission shall conduct an annual Government-business forum to review the current status of problems and programs relating to small business capital formation.
(b) The Commission shall invite other Federal agencies, such as the Department of the Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Small Business Administration, organizations representing State securities commissioners, and leading small business and professional organizations concerned with capital formation, to participate in the planning for such forums.
(c) The Commission may request any of the Federal departments, agencies, or organizations such as those specified in subsection (b), or other groups or individuals, to prepare statements and reports to be delivered at such forums. Such departments and agencies shall cooperate in this effort.
(d) A summary of the proceedings of such forums and any findings or recommendations thereof shall be prepared and transmitted to the participants, appropriate committees of the Congress, and others who may be interested in the subject matter.
ADDITIONAL FUNDS AUTHORIZED FOR THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE
SEC. 504. (15 U.S.C. 80c–2] For fiscal year 1982, and for each of the three succeeding fiscal years, there are hereby authorized to be appropriated such amounts as may be necessary and appro
priate to carry out the provisions and purposes of this title. Any sums so appropriated shall remain available until expended.
REDUCTION OF COSTS OF SMALL SECURITIES ISSUES
SEC. 506. [15 U.S.C. 80c-3] (a) The Securities and Exchange Commission shall use its best efforts to identify and reduce the costs of raising capital in connection with the issuance of securities by firms whose aggregate outstanding securities and other indebtedness have a market value of $25,000,000 or less, through such means as studies, giving appropriate publicity to improved technology developments in fields such as printing, communications, and filing, and giving special attention to the effect of existing and proposed regulatory changes upon the small companies wishing to raise capital and independent broker-dealers which are in a key position with respect to the costs of underwriting and making markets in the securities of smaller companies.
(b) The Commission shall report on these efforts at the annual Government-business forum required by section 503.