SEC Delivers Report to Congress with Recommendations from 40th Annual Small Business Forum

Washington D.C., Sept 27, 2021 — Today the Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation delivered a report to Congress on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s 40th Annual Small Business Forum. The 2021 Forum took place virtually on May 24–27, 2021, with each session featuring panelists with in-depth knowledge of the issues facing small businesses across the country, spotlighting the following topics:

  • Monday, May 24: Finding Your First Dollars: Navigating Your Way to Raise Early Rounds
  • Tuesday, May 25: Doing Your Diligence: How Savvy Early-Stage Investors Build Diversified Portfolios
  • Wednesday, May 26:  Diversifying Capital Allocators: Tools for Emerging and Smaller Funds and Their Managers
  • Thursday, May 27:  Small Cap Insights: Perspectives on Smaller Public Companies

The report provides a summary of the Forum proceedings, including the recommendations developed by participants for changes needed to the capital raising framework and the Commission’s responses to the recommendations. Continue reading

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