Welcome to the Association of Securities & Exchange Commission Alumni website

ASECA is a non-profit charitable organization whose stated mission is to provide the opportunity for education and growth of industry professionals, to promote study and research in the field of securities law, and to educate members on securities law by means of lectures, seminars and publications. Gatherings also provide a forum for exchanging information and sharing ideas regarding the administration and reform of securities law.

The Association of SEC Alumni was founded in 1990 with a goal of continuing the camaraderie that existed among members when they worked together at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Today, ASECA boasts a network of 1,200 SEC alumni worldwide. The organization raises scholarship monies for law students and SEC staff as they pursue their educational endeavors.

From this site, ASECA members will have access to an online membership directory and have access to historical information. Should you misplace a newsletter or want to see pictures of an annual dinner that you missed - it's all here.

Palo Alto Alumni & Friends Reception

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 6:00 -- 8:00 PM. The event will be held at the offices of Skadden Arps -- 525 University Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 9430. Opening toast by Professor Joe Grundfest.  Organizing Committee: Brian Breheny, Carrie Darling, Marc Fagel, Philip Rothenberg, John Saia, Alex Shukman and Karen Ubell.  Please RSVP by Friday, December 1st to monica.screiber@skadden.com 

26th Annual ASECA Awards Dinner

Fri., Feb. 23, 2018

at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center, Washington, DC.
Reception at 6:00 pm, followed by dinner at 7:00 pm.
ASECA members and their guests are invited to attend.
Tickets will be available for purchase on this site beginning on January 5, 2018.


2018 WOD Award Winner:

Alan L. Beller

Mr. Beller is an expert in the field of corporate governance.  He was Director of the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance from 2002 – 2006.  He arrived at the Commission one month after Enron filed for bankruptcy, and during his four year tenure, led the Division in producing the most far-reaching corporate governance and securities offering reform in its history.