A qualified client is an investor that is exempt from the provision of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. This act prohibits private investment funds from charging performance-based fees. A "qualified client" meets at least one of the following parameters:
An individual with at least $1 million in assets under management with the advisor immediately after entering into an investment advisory contract with the advisor.
An individual with a net worthof $2.1 million or more, either individually or jointly with a spouse, immediately before entering into an advisory contract, not including the value of their primary residence. This is significantly more than the minimum required for accredited investors.
An individual who matches the definition of a qualified purchaser at the time an advisory contract is enacted — including ownership of at least $5 million in investments.
An individual with the position of executive officer, director, trustee, general partner, a person serving in a similar role, or the advisor.
An employee of the advisor who is involved in the investment activities, and has been so for at least one year.
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