I have already declared that I am an Accredited Investor. Why do I still need to submit the documents to be accredited? What difference does it make?

For self-declared Accredited Investors

If you self-declare that you are an Accredited Investor, for compliance reasons, we still cannot treat you as an Accredited Investor because we have to complete the accreditation process.  

This also means that for compliance reasons, we will not provide you with the details of the investment offerings that are for the eyes of accredited investors. Instead, if you wish to receive the details of such investment offerings, we can share with you on request basis. If you would like to invest in any of these investment offerings, you will be required to invest with a minimum amount of S$200,000. If you are a Confirmed Accredited Investor, then you can invest with a much lower minimum amount. 

For the avoidance of doubt, by having invested with a minimum amount of S$200,000 will not automatically convert you to be a Confirmed Accredited Investor. 

Confirmed Accredited Investors. 

You will become a Confirmed Accredited Investor after you have submitted the relevant documents to satisfy the accreditation requirements. Once all is in order, we will confirm to you that you are a Confirmed Accredited Investor. It also means that we can then show you the details of the investment offerings that are for the eyes of accredited investors and institutional investors only. In some investments, the minimum amount of investment for Confirmed Accredited Investors can be as low as SGD5,000.

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