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Stacey Bowers to Lead SEC’s Small Business Advocate Office

Stacey Bowers,

Director,

SEC OASB

Stacey Bowers to Lead SEC’s Small Business Advocate Office

The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Stacey Bowers will assume the role of director of the Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation.

The OASB identifies and addresses capital formation issues faced by smaller enterprises and their investors, the SEC said Friday.

In a press release, SEC Chair Gary Gensler said Bowers “will bring deep experience” to the OASB director role.

Bowers, a member of the commission’s Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee, explained that the office supports entrepreneurs in raising capital.

She has served as director of the corporate and commercial law program at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law since 2018, teaching courses on capital raising and other corporate and securities law subjects.

The commission added that Bowers, as a practicing lawyer, has a track record of supporting capital formation efforts by businesses of various sizes.

She began her career as a staff attorney at the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance.

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