Glossary

Accredited Investor

In the U.S., subject to Rule 501 of Regulation D of the Securities Act, an accredited investor must meet specific criteria regarding his or her assets, income, net worth, legal status and professional experience. Accredited investors can be individuals with high net worth or insurance companies, banks, brokers or trusts. An accredited investor is also known as a registered investor.

Related Terms

  • Registered Investor

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