Certain regulatory classifications dictate which investors can pursue investment opportunities that aren’t registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. “Qualified purchaser’ is one of the most common ones. Such an investor can, say, invest in shares issued by startups and privately held companies. While such investments carry a certain amount of risk, as do all investments, they can also reap significant rewards.
There are other things you can do as a qualified purchaser.
Let’s look at that and more.
What is a Qualified Purchaser?
Along with accredited investors, qualified purchasers are among the most common regulatory classifications. Rather than just shares that are sold in markets that are open to the public, these investors can take advantage of private offerings and make other moves that we will discuss.…Continue reading