What is EXEMPT SECURITY?

In the United States, a security that does not have to adhere to REGISTRATION requirements set forth by the SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. Securities that are commonly exempted included TREASURY BILLS, TREASURY NOTES, TREASURY BONDS, AGENCY SECURITIES, MUNICIPAL BONDS, PRIVATE PLACEMENTS, and COMMERCIAL PAPER.

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