The new rule requires the company to have a reasonable belief as to whether a shareholder is accredited. Find out more.
The new rules have now aligned the right to terminate registration or suspend reporting obligations with the higher threshold amounts. Find out more.
Interestingly, broker-dealers are not included as SCI Entities. Learn why.
The House passed H.R. 2187, the Fair Investment Opportunities for Professional Experts Act, proposing an amendment to the definition of accredited investor as to natural persons.
New York State’s securities statute, Articles 23-A of the General Business Law, known as the Martin Act, is unique among state securities laws in two important respects.