How is a ‘user profile’ different from an ‘investor account’?

An investor account belongs to a formal legal entity that invests. These investor accounts can be an individual, a trust, or an entity like an LLC or LP.


On the other hand, a user profile is generally connected with a specific email address and profile on So the user profile may be associated with multiple investor accounts.


Since investor accounts can belong to a trust or an entity, each account can have multiple team members with varying degrees of permission. Therefore, each team member is added to the investor account based on their user profile. 


Generally, the sole owner of an investor account has the authority to add team members and regulate their permissions.

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