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What is a Company Investor?

There are two types of company investors:

  • Investment professionals

These are individuals acting on behalf of a business. They are authorised to complete ordinary activities that involve investing in shares or other instruments.

Investment professionals also include corporate investors and SIPP or SSAS pension professional service providers.

  • High net worth body

Companies or partnerships with net assets of at least £5 million or a trust with total assets of at least £10 million.


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