What is SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE SURVEILLANCE COMMISSION (SESC)?
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE SURVEILLANCE COMMISSION (SESC) meaning in finance terminology / glossary / dictionary is:
A Japanese organisation established to ensure fair and legal transactions in both the securities and financial markets. The commission is under the authority of the Financial Services Agency. Unlike the US SEC, the SESC does not have the authority to punish any violations of the law and regulations.
reference: Sapient Global Market: 2014 GLOSSARY OF FINANCIAL TERMS