SEC Announces 2020 Small Business Forum, to Be Held Virtually

May 21, 2020 11:18 am Published by
The Securities and Exchange Commission will virtually host its 39th annual Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation on the afternoon of June 18, 2020. Members of the public and private sectors will gather to craft suggestions for policy impacting emerging businesses and their investors.

This year the Forum will be a completely virtual event conducted via livestreaming and video conferencing and will highlight challenges faced by small businesses in the current environment as well as success stories from startups to small cap businesses across the country.

“The Forum provides an important opportunity for us to engage directly with the small business community, hearing first-hand from small businesses and their investors about their experiences in capital raising,” said Chairman Jay Clayton. “Every year we take back valuable insights that shape our perspectives on capital formation and investor protection efforts.”

The Forum is free and accessible to the public. Participants may register for this virtual event here.