Contacting the SEC Office of Small Business Policy
The SEC's Office of Small Business Policy (OSBP) in its Division of Corporation Finance answers questions on disclosure and other issues relating to smaller public companies, including those classified as "smaller reporting companies," and on limited, private, and intrastate offerings of securities. Examples of specific topics about which OSBP answers questions include:
OSBP also processes requests for waivers of disqualification arising under Rule 262 of Regulation A and Rule 505(b)(2)(iii).
In addition, OSBP reaches out to smaller companies to facilitate capital formation. These efforts include coordinating the annual SEC Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation, which focuses on the current status of issues and programs related to small business capital formation.
OSBP welcomes comments and questions. If you would like more specific information, or have questions or comments about federal securities regulations as they affect small business, you can submit a request to OSBP using an online form or send the office an e-mail message. You can also use the following contact information for the office:
Office of Small Business Policy
In addition, OSBP acts as the Division's liaison to the state securities regulators on corporate finance issues and the Small Business Administration. OSBP assists in and reviews rulemaking initiatives, as well as other Commission actions, which may have small business implications.