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I am investing through a business entity (i.e., a trust, limited liability corporation, partnership or corporation). How does an entity qualify as an “accredited investor”?

An entity satisfies the SEC’s definition of an accredited investor by meeting one of the following criteria:

  • Is wholly owned by accredited investors
  • Has total assets in excess of $5 million and has not been formed for the purpose of investing in a specific investment.