Yesterday, the SEC announced that it had delivered its obligatory report to Congress regarding the proceedings of the agency’s 40th Annual Small Business Forum, which took place back in May. The Annual Small Business Forum is led by SEC’s Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation and typically involves the Commissioners and representatives of other SEC Divisions and Offices. The report to Congress describes the event in detail and publishes policy recommendations from the event, along with public comment on those recommendations. The twenty policy recommendations are grouped in four topic areas: finding your first dollars, doing your diligence, diversifying capital allocators and small cap insights.
– Dave Lynn