There are three terms in Investing, which have the same meaning:
a. Wholesale Investor
b. Sophisticated Investor
c. Accredited investor
These are three names used for an investor who has special status under financial regulation laws.
For the remainder of this walkthrough, we’ll use the term Wholesale Investor as the primary term.
The financial regulations for a wholesale investor are different depending on where you live.
Below is an alphabetical list of countries, to explain each regulation:
You’re accountant needs to issue a certificate stating that you the criteria prescribed in the Corporations Regulations 2001, namely net assets of at least $2.5 million, or a gross income for each of the last 2 financial years of at least $250,000.
And/or if you have a Self Managed Super Annuation (SMSF) Fund.
If you’re a Canadian, you have the most definitions outlined to explain if you’re eligable or not.
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If you have:
A chartered accountant is satisfied on reasonable grounds that you:
In Singapore, it’s defined in Section 4A(1)(a) of the Securities and Futures Act (SFA), Chapter 289, as:
At the time of writing JAS Funds’ Managed service is not being offered in the USA. That is due to launch in Q4 2018. If that is you, click here: For our friends in the US
Important Note: All the above is a guide only. It is not legal advice. Ask your Accountant in your Country for clarification.
External Reference: The information above was summarised from the entry in Wikipedia, last edited in May 2018, which has references to each of the relevant country financial regulations. You can find that original source here: Wikipedia
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