SEC Proposes Expanding ‘Accredited Investor’ Definition

In a move likely to be at least partially welcomed by advocates of private funds and those that advise them, the SEC on September 18 proposed to widen the definition of who qualifies as an “accredited investor.” Under the proposed new definition, while wealth would continue as a factor, professional knowledge, experience or certifications would also count.
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