At NVCA, we understand that venture capital powers the American economy, and we advocate that venture is a key component to keeping our economy strong through the COVID-19 pandemic fallout. American startups are the most innovative companies in the world, and many that are backed by VC are currently using their resources and human capital […]
SEC Letter on Sarbanes-Oxley Relief for Startups
NVCA and a coalition of other business organizations sent a letter to the SEC supporting a proposed rule change that will ease the regulatory burdens facing small public companies and could help encourage more startups to become public companies.
Immigrant Entrepreneurship: An American Success Story
A growing body of rigorous academic literature empirically demonstrates that high-skilled immigrants provide a range of long-lasting and material benefits to the U.S. economy through entrepreneurship and innovation.
Foreign Investment From U.S. Allies Letter
NVCA and a coalition of industry associations put together a proposal to the Treasury Department, asking Treasury to provide for an exemption from the recent CFIUS expansion to minority, non-controlling investments for investors from U.S. allies (e.g. NATO countries) that meet certain trust factors.