Term: Qualified Purchaser

A qualified purchaser is the official designation of the minimum degree of wealth needed for an individual or institution to invest in many private equity funds. Under Section 2(a)(51) of the Investment Company Act a �qualified purchaser� means: a person not less than $5 million in investments. As in: Tomorrow I have a pitch meeting with a private bank that represents some $10 billion in qualified purchaser capital.

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