Freedom Venture Investors must be accredited to participate in any offerings. So what does that really mean? An accredited investor is defined by the SEC and their guidelines can be found here. To break it down simply, you can follow some below general guidelines.
Accredited investors are allowed to make investments directly into the world of equity crowdfunding, venture capital, hedge funds, private placements, and private equity.
Do you know whether you’re an accredited investor? People who can answer ‘yes’ to one or more of the following statements are qualified to be called accredited investors.
Thus, you qualify to be an accredited investor if you meet one of these thresholds or all of them. Accredited investors have a chance to invest in placements that are non-registered and that are offered by firms such as venture capital firms, and private equity funds.