Raising Capital from the Two Types of Accredited Investor: Approach Them the Right Way

The pursuit of the coveted accredited investor has gained traction in recent years thanks to the passage of the JOBS Act of 2012 and its formal launch in 2016. The new regulations opened marketing channels not previously available to businesses.

Advertising (general solicitation) directly to accredited investors is available through Rule 506(c) of Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation D. Marketing to accredited and non-accredited investors alike is possible via Regulation A+ and the Crowdfunding options.

Many companies are catching on to the value of accredited investors as a vast source of funding and capital for ventures of all types and sizes.

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Matt Scott
Matt Scott
Matt Scott is a seasoned expert in the private capital markets, specializing in raising funds from accredited investors. With over two decades of experience in starting, capitalizing, operating, and exiting private companies, he guides entrepreneurs through the intricate landscape of private capital raising. Leveraging proprietary processes and systems, Matt and his team have successfully facilitated over $1 billion in capital raises for their clients. At 7x, Matt and his team provide comprehensive execution and back-office support, tailoring strategic systems to meet the unique needs of each entrepreneur on their journey to secure private capital. Their client base spans the United States, Canada, Dubai, Israel, Finland, and Central America, underscoring their global reach and expertise.