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The SEC and the FINRA mandate that investors meet requirements for net worth or net income before being eligible to review certain types of investments. Those who meet these requirements are deemed to be Accredited Investors. If you believe that you qualify as an Accredited Investor and would like more information on new investment opportunities, we invite you to sign up using the form below to be included in the next syndication.
Please note: Due to strict guidelines governed by the SEC and FINRA, only those clients who are qualified as Accredited Investors can become members of the Duke Capital Investor Network.
Duke Capital (“Duke”) and its principals, are not registered broker-dealers or financial advisors. Before making an investment in any securities, you should consult with your financial advisor and a registered broker-dealer. In certain cases, Duke is paid by third-parties to disclose information on certain investment opportunities. In addition, Duke and its principals may own securities of those parties mentioned in certain investment opportunities. As a result, Duke and its principals may have a direct financial interest in some of the investment opportunities mentioned by them. Therefore, any information provided should not be construed as independent financial analysis or recommendations but as advertisement.
Certain information presented by Duke in connection with certain investment opportunities may contain or be considered forward-looking statements. Such statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. There can be no assurance that any such statements will prove to be accurate, and readers should not place undue reliance on such information.