Who qualifies to be an accredited investor?

An accredited investor is a person or entity allowed to invest in unregulated securities as they can bear the high stakes.

Venture capital

A form of private equity financing to emerging companies

Angel investments

Financing small business ventures in exchange for equity

Real estate investment funds

Funds that invest in securities of companies from the real estate sector

Private equity funds

A fund where the adviser pools money from investors to make investments on behalf of the fund

Hedge funds

A partnership of investors who combine their resources for a professional management firm who invest for them.

Specialty investment funds

Any fund that specializes in the securities of a particular industry, sector or region

You are an accredited investor if


You have a y-o-y sustainable annual income of at least $200,000, or $300,000 if combined with a spouse’s income.


You are a “knowledgeable employee” of certain investment funds or hold a valid Series 7, 65, or 82 licenses.

Net Worth

You have a net worth of $1 million or more, either individually or together with a spouse, but excluding the value of a primary residence.

What’s in it for accredited investors


Better access to opportunities


More options for diversification

Higher Returns

Potential to earn higher returns

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