Advisers warned on joint entity hurdles for ‘sophisticated investor’ qualification
January 18, 2022
The use of various entities to jointly qualify for the “sophisticated investor” status will need to navigate various legal hurdles, especially around control for structures such as SMSFs and trusts, according to a law firm.
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