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The JOBS Act of 2012, which eased many securities regulations, was intended to improve access to capital and job creation by small businesses in the United States. This panel discussion will explore various aspects of the JOBS Act: What were its origins? Which measures worked as intended? And what did not work as intended? What have we learned about where most job creation has occurred in the past 10 years? What are possible opportunities to improve the JOBS Act and/or enact new legislation that goes even further to improve access to capital and job creation?

Moderator

Michael Piwowar
Executive Director, Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets

Speakers

Philip Gaskin
Vice President, Entrepreneurship, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

Kate Mitchell
Partner and Co-Founder, Scale Venture Partners

Andrew Olmem
Partner, Mayer Brown

Jeffrey M. Solomon
Chair and CEO, Cowen