Feds to hold annual spring transactions for financial institutions

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is poised to hold an annual spring sales and clearinghouse meeting for financial institution owners, according to a regulatory filing.

The annual meeting is scheduled to be held on June 11 at the SEC’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. It will be held at the same time as the annual meeting for all major U.C.-Berkeley financial institutions.

The agency will hold the annual spring meeting as an opportunity for its financial institutions to share and exchange information related to their offerings, which include the issuance of securities, the acquisition of debt securities, and other related business, according a filing by the SEC on Tuesday.

The spring meeting is expected to include topics that include the use of technology to improve the financial reporting of financial institutions, as well as the use and disclosure of information, data and data technologies, according the filing.

In recent years, the SEC has held annual spring meetings to discuss a wide range of topics related to the financial sector, including the effectiveness of the agency’s financial market operations, financial products, and the market for equity and debt securities.

The spring meetings were scheduled for May through November.