REPORT OF THE 42ND ANNUAL SEC SMALL BUSINESS FORUM
The SEC’s annual Small Business Forum is a unique event where members of the public and
private sectors gather to provide feedback to improve capital-raising policy.1 The Forum
covers a broad range of issues affecting small businesses and their investors, from early-stage
entrepreneurial ventures to smaller public companies.
The SEC’s Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation leads the event, in
collaboration with each of the Commissioners and other offices and divisions across the agency.