Professional fund membership
- Today we received confirmation that all masternode holders will receive unique opportunity until 17 December 2018 to become professional investment fund shareholders and get “Accredited Investor” status without the need to comply their minimum requirements.
- 1. Complete “Accredited Investor” due diligence process
- 2. Attach certificate from VerifyInvestor.com
- 3. Make a minimum initial investment of 5 million USD
TAL holders without masternodes who want to become professional fund investor as well must meet regular minimum requirements and complete full due diligence process.
- Established: 2014
- License type: Professional Fund
- Structure: International Business Company
- Assets under management (AUM): 100+ million USD
- Minimum investment: 5 million USD
- Target round investment amount: from 1 to 10 million USD
- Portfolio industries: real estate, financial services, forex exchange market and in 2017 added stock exchange market for information technologies and energy sectors
- Shares Offered: Class A Non-voting, redeemable shares are offered at the beginning of each month
- Subscription Policy: Monthly
- Lock-up Period: There will be no lock-up period
- Payouts and Redemption Policy: Quarterly with 35 days notice
- Subscription Fee: 1%
- Management Fee: 1%
- Commissions: Up to a maximum of 3%
- Distribution Fee: 2% of principal investment
- Performance Fee: 10% with high water mark
- Evergreen Funding: Yes
- Fund auditor: Deloitte & Touche
Determining If You Are Accredited Investor?
The SEC allows two different ways for issuers to determine if someone is accredited. Interested investors need to comply with one of the following criteria:
1. “A natural person with income exceeding $200,000 in each of the two most recent years, or joint income with a spouse exceeding $300,000 and a reasonable expectation of the same income level in the current year.”
2. “A natural person who has individual net worth or joint net worth with the person’s spouse that exceeds $1 million at the time of the purchase, excluding the value of the primary residence of such person.”
Using income as proof you are accredited is easy – you simply provide a W-2 or tax return to the issuer of the investment in order to verify how much you’ve earned for the past two years.
Proving your net worth can be a bit more complicated. It requires a balance sheet, subtracting liabilities against assets. For example, a bank statement showing one million dollars in cash is not enough evidence to prove you have a million-dollar net worth.
Instead, you need to provide a balance sheet detailing all assets (cash, bank accounts, 401Ks, IRA’s, other investments, and cars), then deduct all liabilities (student loans, car loans, and equity lines of credit).
You cannot include your home equity as an asset, but you also don’t have to include your mortgage as a liability – unless you took out a home equity line of credit or did a cash out refinance within the past two months. In which, you’d have to calculate the additional debt as a liability. Additionally, if your mortgage is higher than your home’s value. you would need to include the amount the loan is “upside down” as a liability.
Fund accept “Accredited Investor” certificated from below issuer:
Verification process walk thought
Step 6 (Final Step):
After approval you will be able to download your certificate: