How To Invest In Alpha 9 Ventures

How To Invest

In order to determine what you are legally able to invest in, we are required to verify whether you are an Accredited Investor or a Non-Accredited Investor

+ What is an Accredited Investor?

An “Accredited Investor” is defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission as someone who
meets at least one of the following requirements:

  • Has an individual net worth, or joint net worth with your spouse exceeding $1 million (excluding
    the value of one's primary residence)
  • Has an income exceeding $200,000 in each of the past two years and expects the same this
  • Has an income (with your spouse) exceeding $300,000 in each of the past two years and
    expects the same this year
  • Invests on behalf of a VC firm or other registered investment company
  • Invests on behalf of a business with $5 million in assets and which was not formed for the
    specific purpose of acquiring the securities offered
  • Any entity in which all of the equity owners are Accredited Investors

+ What is a Non-Accredited Investor?

A “Non-Accredited Investor” is any individual or entity that does not meet the definition of an
Accredited Investor.

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Regulation D grants issuers an exemption from registering their securities with the SEC.  Our Regulation D offering services include Rule 506(b) and 506(c) offerings, permitting issuers to raise money from investors.

Rule 506(c)
Limits on Offerings Within a Year
Unlimited Dollar Amount
General Solicitation allowed?

Issuer Requirements
‘Bad actor’ disqualifications

Requirements for Investors

Unlimited accredited investors allowed, but issuers must take precautions to ensure that investors are, in fact, accredited investors

Resale Restrictions

Yes. Restricted securities are issued and cannot be sold for a minimum of one

year and selling them requires a legal opinion State Requirement Exemptions?

Yes, but Blue Sky state notice may be required.

SEC Filing Requirements
Form D required