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What's the difference between a "User account" and an "Investing Account"?
What's the difference between a "User account" and an "Investing Account"?
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Written by Martijn Vanschendel
Updated over a week ago

A user account is the account you log in with to the Vauban dashboard. It represents you as a person and is associated with your email address. It contains your full name, which is the name that will appear on any document you sign digitally via the dashboard.

You can only have 1 user account.

An investing account is where you provide Vauban with the required Know-Your-Customer information. You are asked details on your identity, address, and source of funds. An investing account is automatically created when you receive the invitation to the dashboard.
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  1. If you invest as a natural person, you need to submit one investing account.

  2. If you invest through a corporate entity, you need to submit investing accounts for the entity, each director and each shareholder. You can edit and submit all these applications via your main user account or you can invite other user accounts to fill out their onboarding application by themselves.

Once your investing account is approved, you can invest in any deals or funds on the Vauban dashboard without having to re-enter the information again.

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