The Accredited Investor Definition has been updated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The changes will expand the categories of investors who will be able to invest in certain exempt securities such as Reg D Rule 506(c) and Rule 506(b).
The well-known definition defines an accredited investor as an individual who earns over $200,000 USD a year ($300,000 USD if married) or has a net worth of over $1 million USD, excluding the value of the primary residence.
VerifyInvestor.com has put together an infographic that outlines the changes to the definition of an Accredited Investor. VerifyInvestor.com is a firm that streamlines the process of accredited investor verification in a simple, reliable, and confidential manner. The process is widely utilized by investment platforms and other firms in need of dependable and private verification services.
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