At Adit Ventures, we require all investors to become accredited before they can invest in our funds. Why? Private investments are administered and resulted differently than public stocks that become available after a company's liquidity event, so our funds adhere to stricter eligibility criteria required by federal security law.
However, investor accreditation is more than just a legal requirement. Becoming accredited helps you as well. Accredited investors have access to different kinds of investments, like hedge funds, private equity deals, and alternative investments. It also helps you understand what kind of investments are right for your financial circumstances. In short, it is an important new step in your investment journey.
One of Adit Venture's primary goals is to help investors grow their knowledge and become more financially sophisticated. That's why we've answered some of the most common questions about our investor accreditation process and provided you with a gateway to accreditation.
An accredited investor is one who meets the financial requirements for private investment funds. When you initiate the investor accreditation process for our growth equity funds, we will carefully evaluate your financial status to ensure that our investments are a good fit for you.
The primary criteria we use to determine accreditation are your annual income and net worth. More specifically, we follow the federal government's guidelines and look for investors with one or both of the below criteria:
We may weigh other factors to determine your eligibility, but these are the most important requirements.
The process of becoming accredited may sound complex, but it's actually a lot less complicated than it seems. All you have to do is submit documentation to us.
Our experts do the rest. We'll work with you to help you understand your path to accreditation — and make sure you have what you need to start investing in our exclusive investment portfolio.
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