Review of the “Accredited Investor” Definition under the Dodd-Frank Act

This review is focused on changes in the composition of the accredited investor pool since the definition was adopted; the extent to which accredited investors have the financial sophistication, ability to sustain the risk of loss of investment, and access to information that have traditionally been associated with an ability to fend for themselves

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