agenda and panelists for next week’s Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation.
The November 20 event will begin at 9 a.m. and include two morning panel discussions. The first panel will focus on secondary market liquidity for securities of small businesses. The second panel will focus on the accredited investor definition.
In the afternoon session, breakout groups will develop recommendations on a variety of issues related to small business capital formation.
The small business forum, held annually at the agency’s Washington D.C. headquarters at 100 F Street, NE, is open to the public and morning portion will be webcast live at www.sec.gov. The webcast will not include the afternoon breakout group sessions, but they will be open to the public and accessible by phone. Anyone wishing to participate in an afternoon breakout group session either in person or by phone must pre-register online by November 18. More information is available on the small business forum webpage.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the