What does being an accredited investor mean in Singapore
In the course of my blog adventure, I am privileged to meet people who shared with me their financial insights unselfishly. From them, I gleaned some knowledge on Singapore’s finance sector from the perspective of a retail investor. One of the important lessons I learned is what does being an accredited investor really means in Singapore.
Before you skip this article, take note that being an accredited investor is NOT about taking financial courses to qualify for investing in risky products. It’s about how much money you have in your bank and your earning income bracket.
Under Securities and Futures Act Paragraph 4A, an accredited investor means[This is a premium article. The rest of the content is blocked and can be accessible by SG Wealth Builder Members only. To read the full content, please sign up as member.]
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3 thoughts on “What does being an accredited investor mean in Singapore”
Interesting post and well done research. Sorry for being so pedantic, but you should fix the grammar mistake in your headline (“mean” instead of “means”)… somehow people on our sunny island always get this wrong, don’t know why.
Thank you very much for your comment.
The grammar error in the title is fixed.
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Hi, great article, thanks. I’ve read on some blogs that if you invest $200k or more you automatically qualify as an accredited investor. Do you know if this is true?