If you are individual investors, then with limited exceptions, you must be accredited investors to be eligible. This means that individuals must have $1,000,000 dollars in net worth (excluding their home, cars and furnishings) or earn $200,000 per year (or $300,000 with a spouse) and entities must have net assets of $5,000,000. There are a few other types of accredited investors permitted too, including officers and directors of the issuer and banks, among others
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Who can invest in Reg D 506c Offerings? While Reg A+ offerings are allowed to accept investors of any income level, Reg D offerings are only allowed to accept investments from Accredited Investors. And the company selling its shares must take reasonable steps to make...
Regulation A+ Post-Issuance Liquidity For the investor, the degree of actual liquidity depends on what the Issuer company does after their Reg A+ offering. If they list on the NASDAQ or NYSE then liquidity can be excellent. If they list on the...
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