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What Is an Accredited Investor? Definition, Privileges & Requirements

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To be considered accredited, an investor must meet one of the SEC’s financial or professional requirements. 

What Is an Accredited Investor?

An accredited investor is a person or organization recognized by the SEC as financially sophisticated enough to buy and sell unregistered securities and other complex financial instruments that typical investors do not have access to.

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