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Accredited Investor Rules — What’s New?

The Securities and Exchange Commission of the US Federal government in 1982 set minimum qualifications for people to make private investments, to “protect investors from themselves”, according to one writer. The rules qualified investors in terms of wealth alone, a questionable assumption that having wealth alone made for a smart investor. The SEC revisited the rules, and on December 20 of 2020  added a third set of qualifications based on experience, or ‘know-how’, among others. Gillian & Anne unpack what the updated rules say, and mean.

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