com's membership base will be exclusive for accredited investors
Eton has inked a definitive securities purchase agreement with various accredited investors
, in a private placement of preferred stock.
7) The accredited investor
definition is critically important to the NC PACES Act because purchasers qualifying as accredited investors
under Rule 501 are not subject to investment limitations, while non-accredited investors
are limited to investing $5,000 per offering.
The crowd--our individual accredited investors
who have thus far provided over 95 percent of our loan funding--remains a priority to the company," stressed Fritton.
The House bill expands the list of accredited investors
to include the following individuals, whether or not they meet income or net worth requirements:
The committee noted that if, as it expects, the SEC's analysis reveals that a "significant percentage" of individuals who currently qualify as accredited investors
are not in fact capable of protecting their own interests, the commission should initiate rulemaking to revise the definition to better achieve its intended goal.
The website connects accredited investors
with real estate investment opportunities across the United States.
announced today a general solicitation of accredited investors
seeking investment opportunities in the new, high-tech higher education marketplace of massive open online courses, or MOOCs.
Very often, Rule 506 offerings are limited to accredited investors
for the practical reason that SEC roles require very detailed and precise written offering materials if even one non-accredited investor
is among the purchasers.
In those comments, NSBA endorsed a specific proposal to relax restrictions on general solicitation in private securities offerings to accredited investors
are large institutions such as banks, insurance companies and registered investment companies; business entities and trusts with assets exceeding $5 million; and wealthy individuals.
6) Hedge funds, along with other private investment vehicles such as private equity funds, typically sell securities to accredited investors
as one way of maintaining their exempt status.