ACG is making the voice of the middle market heard in Washington.
The association will host its fifth annual ACG Middle-Market Public Policy Summit on Jan. 26 to bring together top middle-market leaders in the nation’s capital. The event will engage ACG members in dialogue about policy issues critical to the middle market. Sessions led by policy experts will address how to shape the narrative around private capital investment to reflect its positive impact on midsize firms and the wider U.S. economy.
Prior the summit, on the evening of Jan. 25 the Middle-Market Voice Fundraising Reception will celebrate recent advocacy successes and raise funds to support ACG’s public policy initiatives. The reception is an open event, although registration is required.
Speakers for the summit have not yet been announced but are expected to include high-profile Washington insiders. Last year’s event featured Mark Wyatt, deputy director of the SEC Office of Compliance, Inspections and Examinations; Amy Walter, national editor of the Cook Political Report and former political director of ABC News; and Rikki Amos, director of the U.S. Public Affairs Practice of the Public Affairs Council.
To learn more and to register, visit the ACG Middle-Market Public Policy Summit website.