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Two small provisions of Sen. Chris Dodd’s bill to regulate the financial industry are drawing the attention of angel and venture capital investors. Both affect so-called accredited investors: wealthy individuals deemed savvy enough to navigate the shoals of backing start-up companies. One would let states regulate the sale of securities to such investors; the other recommends raising the net-worth standard that defines such investors to account for inflation. Bloomberg News Will Sen. Dodd get the message? The provisions were in earlier drafts of the sweeping Senate bill - expected to reach the Senate floor in April - but ...
One of the surprises in the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 is that it proposes to raise the standard for being an accredited investor. Section 412 of the bill would require the SEC to increase the dollar thresholds to be qualified as an accredited investor. Section 413 would require the GAO to study the appropriate criteria. The current standards come from Section 2(a)15 of the Securities Act of 1933 ii. any person who, on the basis of such factors as financial sophistication, net worth, knowledge, and experience in financial matters, or amount of assets under ... Read More
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