VerifyInvestor.com is the leading resource for verification of accredited investor status as required by federal laws.
Recent federal laws require companies raising money through private placement capital raises where they generally solicit to verify that their investors are “accredited investors”. A simple questionnaire isn’t enough – companies must take further “reasonable steps” to prove their investors are “accredited investors” with potentially serious consequences for failing to do so. VerifyInvestor.com does just that. We help companies comply with their legal obligations while protecting investors' confidential information.
LOS ANGELES--()--VerifyInvestor.com, a startup working to provide investors and companies access to new fundraising opportunities, has launched its online accredited investor verification service platform and is expected to deliver a convenient and cost-effective means of verifying whether investors meet federal standards for "accredited investors."
Startup VerifyInvestor.com Offers Companies, Funds, and Investors “Accredited Investor” Verification Services to Satisfy JOBS Act Compliance
Buried within the tZero Offering Memorandum for its ongoing initial coin offering were several interesting items of note. The first was the fact the SEC was in the process of reviewing the offering. Another interesting bit of information was the fact tZero has acquired a majority stake in VerifyInvestor.
tZero Has Acquired VerifyInvestor for $12 Million in Cash
Many issuers and investors are not familiar with the term "Accredited Investor," but it's a concept that is core to capital raising. Previously, capital raises were restricted to private networks of accredited investors. It was hard for companies to find those investors and hard for those investors to find companies.
Accredited Investor Verification and Why It Matters
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