Subject: File No. 4-692
From: Dar'shun Kendrick
Affiliation: Kendrick Law Practice

May 1, 2016

I urge the S.E.C. to take a look at including in the definition of an "accredited investor"someone who has been in the securities industry (broker, law, accounting, etc.) for a certain number of years and have a fast track form for them to qualify as an "accredited investor", exempt from the proposed FINRA issued exam to qualify. It makes no sense that myself as a securities lawyer for over 6 years that practices this law exclusively is not deemed knowledgeable enough to be an "accredited investor".