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An accredited investor is an entity (person or business) allowed by the SEC to deal in securities unregistered with the SEC if they meet one or more requirements concerning “income, net worth, asset size, governance status, or professional experience”.

Accredited investors, SEC Regulation D, private placements

Who can invest in private placements?

What are accredited investors?

What are the requirements to be considered accredited investors?

Why does the accredited investor status exist?