Videocast: Asset management regulation in 2020 videocast series – The SEC’s proposed accredited investor definition

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Investor access to private funds is expanded under the SEC’s proposed rule amending the “accredited investor” definition.

In this Bottom Line videocast, Michael Voynich and Nicholas Rinaldi discuss:

the impact to Regulation D based on the proposal’s new categories of individuals and entities that would qualify as accredited investors

how the exempt offering network operates today and how the definition seeks to harmonize the industry

why the See more +

Investor access to private funds is expanded under the SEC’s proposed rule amending the “accredited investor” definition.

In this Bottom Line videocast, Michael Voynich and Nicholas Rinaldi discuss:

the impact to Regulation D based on the proposal’s new categories of individuals and entities that would qualify as accredited investors

how the exempt offering network operates today and how the definition seeks to harmonize the industry

why the wealth analysis of natural persons should be only a starting point in determining who is an accredited investor See less -

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