@MARTINE you can google it as it is an ASIC term where you need net assets of $2.5 million and/or $250,000 net income. You then lodge the accountant certified certificate with your broker so you can participate in share placements.
It's interesting where this thread started and where we are now. I was a little bit more invested (no pun) in stocks back then, but I'm not as much right now as times have changed and I have refocused a lot of my life. I am sure I will get back to it one day and this thread will come in useful again.
Is that a fund for lawyers, or their um, unsuccessful clients?Ophir Global High Conviction Fund as Monday is the close off date for an October investment. The fund has been a very good international performer and you need to have “Sophisticated Investor Status “ signed off by an accountant.