TAMPA, FL – Tampa Partner and Corporate, Tax and Transactions Regional Service Line Leader Gregory Yadley was re-elected as Secretary of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee. Greg has been serving as Secretary and a member of the Advisory Committee since its organizational meeting on May 6, 2019, in Washington, D.C.
The Committee is designed to provide a formal mechanism for the Commission to receive advice and recommendations on Commission rules, regulations, and policy matters relating to small businesses, including smaller public companies. Greg is one of three practicing lawyers on the 15-member committee and previously served on the SEC’s Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies during its entire period of operation between 2011 and 2017.
Working across a broad range of industries and having handled complex transactions of all sizes, Greg brings a wealth of experience to his representation of business entities, including closely held and family businesses, large and small public companies, and nonprofit entities. He has extensive experience in securities matters, including advising clients with regard to their private and public offerings of securities (initial public offerings) and their ongoing disclosure obligations. Practicing for more than 40 years, Greg understands how to address the divergent needs of multiple parties and bring them together in a successful transaction.