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Are you an accredited U.S. investor?What is a U.S. accredited investor?
Before proceeding, please confirm if you are an accredited investor by checking the box above. Accredited investors are individuals with a net worth of more than $1 million, excluding the value of their primary residence, or individuals with income of more than $200,000 (or joint income of $300,000 for married couples) per year for the past two years, with a reasonable expectation that such income levels will be attained in the current year.
Accredited investors also include certain institutions, including U.S. banks and U.S.branches of foreign banks, U.S. savings and loans associations, U.S. insurance companies, U.S. registered brokers and dealers, U.S. registered investment companies and business development companies (as defined by the U.S. Investment Company Act of 1940).
Additionally, certain state pension funds and ERISA plans with more than $5 million total assets and certain partnerships, corporations, and trusts with more than $5 million total assets are also considered.
Martin joined Nicola Wealth in April 2021 and primarily oversees the Canadian and US Real Estate Funds. His most recent experience is in Financial Planning and Analysis at a national telecom. Prior to that, he obtained his CPA, CA designation in public practice and had assurance experience in a variety of industries, including real estate. In his spare time, Martin enjoys trail running, hiking, and trying new restaurants.
What's your dream vacation spot
Torres del Paine W Trek in Patagonia
Best place to get a burger
Cooks Restaurant in Cumberland
Drink of choice
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be
Reliving 5 meals a day in NYC