Fundnel relies on the first instance on self-declaration, after which depending on whether an investor self-accredited based on either net asset or net income, we will require the investor to submit documents providing evidence of such accreditation for our assessment. In addition, the investor would have to opt-in to be treated as an accredited investor under the new opt-in regime by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. 

We will assess the investor’s accreditation documents, and once they are in order, they may move forward to viewing deal details on our site and/or invest.

We will, at the same time as our accreditation assessment, also conduct “Know-Your-Customer” checks (otherwise known as customer due diligence) on each investor.

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