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Accredited investors now have greater access to hedge funds once available only to the wealthy elite.
While the term "accredited investing" may sound rather vague, becoming an accredited investor within the investment community can lead to many profitable opportunities.
On the other hand, you can have an unlimited number of accredited investors.
Regulation D comprises five rules which are the warp and woof of the regulatory fabric of private offerings: Rule 501 sets forth definitions of terms used in the Regulation, most notably that of accredited investor, which for our purposes means individuals with a $1 million net worth (home and car included), or with consistent minimum annual income of $200,000.
Private Company Marketplace carries information we believe to be reliable; however the ultimate responsibility lies with the private companies and the due diligence of the Accredited Investor.
NEW YORK -- Private Company Marketplace (PCM), a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) announces the opening of its internet based, centralized global financial information network designed to serve growing private companies and the Accredited Investor community.
March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- JOBS Act marketing to accredited investors now have the advantage of accessing the Accredited Investor Mailing List Superfile.
The SCIA is comprised of hundreds of national licensed professionals representing thousands of clients and accredited investors seeking the opportunity to be part of rising companies.