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What is the difference in an Offering Memorandum for an Accredited Investor and an Offering Memorandum for a Qualified Eligible Participant?

Asked by Christian Matthews

Hi there, I live in Toronto, Canada and I have been asked to find the differences between an Accredited Investor and a Qualified Eligible Participant (QEP). Also, I'm being asked to find out if the Offering Memorandum for an Accredited Investor is different from an Offering Memorandum for a QEP. I can't seem to find out any information at all on this. Would you be able to supply with what the differences are if any or where I might go to find this? Kind regards, Christian Matthews

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