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.

Lifetime Membership

Any past employee of the SEC is eligible to join ASECA.  Annual membership dues are $50 and Lifetime Members pay a one-time fee of $1,000.  Stay connected with news and happenings in the industry; use the membership directory to network and receive current newsletters and special event invitations. 

Lifetime Members pay a one time fee, receive special recognition at the Annual Dinner and are highlighted in the directory. Membership Form

Association of Securities an Exchange Commission, Inc.

25th Annual Awards Dinner

Friday, February 24, 2017
Reception at 6:00 pm
Dinner at 7:00 pm
Ronald Reagan International Trade Center
Washington, DC

Limited Space/RSVP to info@secalumni.org

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2016 WOD Award Winner:  Hon. Richard C. Breeden

Serving from 1989-1993 as the 24th Chairman of the SEC, Chairman Breeden significantly strengthened enforcement resources, refocused enforcement efforts and sought much tougher sanctions.

A graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Law School, he worked in both the Reagan and Bush Administrations.  In the years after leaving the SEC, Mr. Breeden has remained active in issues involving investor protection.