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Accredited and non-accredited investor

Individual investor profile

Know the differences between an accredited investor and a non-accredited investor.

Choose your best choice

Non-accredited investor

Greater protection.

Limitation
  • You will not be able to invest more than 3.000 euros in the same project published by the participatory financing platform.
  • You will not be able to invest more than 10.000 euros in a period of twelve months, in projects published by the participatory financing platform as well as in the set of platforms in which it invests.
Requirements

Any user of the platform who has successfully completed the KYC process may be a non-accredited investor.

Our Process
  • Accept the commitment not to invest more than 3.000 euros in the same project published by the participatory financing platform.
  • Accept the commitment not to invest more than 10.000 euros in a period of twelve months, in projects published by the participatory financing platform as well as in the set of platforms in which it invests.

Accredited Investor

Invest without limitation.

Limitation

There is no limitation when it comes to investing.

Requirements

To be an accredited investor, as a natural person (individual), you must meet at least one of the following requirements:

  • During the last 12 months, having received an annual income of more than 50.000 euros
  • Have a financial assets of more than 100.000 euros.
  • Be receiving financial advice from an authorized investment services company on these types of investments.
Our Process
  • Pass the Suitability Test in such a way that we can evaluate your experience and knowledge.
  • Read and accept the risk warning and not subject to supervision.
  • Request to be considered an accredited investor, expressly waiving your treatment as a non-accredited investor.
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