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Expert Shares Advice For Cannabis Companies Looking to Access The U.S. Capital Markets

In a recent interview with Cannabis Business Times, Marcum LLP’s David Bukzin discusses IPOs, SPACs, Reg A+s, and how companies in the cannabis industry can use them to secure funding. Marcum recently completed the work on the first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in the cannabis space, and is handling an IPO for a cannabis oil extractor in California that intends

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How Are Cannabis IPOs Different In Canada Than In The U.S.?

In a recent interview with Cannabis Business Times, Marcum LLP’s David Bukzin discusses IPOs, SPACs, Reg A+s, and how companies in the cannabis industry can use them to secure funding. Marcum recently completed the work on the first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in the cannabis space, and is handling an IPO for a cannabis oil extractor in California that intends

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CSE To Host Event About Going Public In Canada

On Oct. 25, The Canadian Securities Exchange and event co-sponsors Viride IR and MNP LPP will host an event in Toronto about the current climate for public listings in Canada. CSE has compiled a team of experienced securities industry participants who can provide entrepreneurs with strategic insights into how to succeed in the public markets. This half day event will

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OTC Markets and the Canadian Securities Exchange Announce Strategic Alliance

This week, OTC Markets Group Inc. and the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) announced that they will launch a strategic alliance that will offer a new program for issuers looking for an efficient IPO experience in Canada and cost-effective access to North American investors. This first-of-its-kind North American capital and visibility solution will offer issuers the CSE’s IPO listing and trading services,

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Going Public In Canada (first) [Guest Post]

Guest Post By: Blaine Mckearney Sounds like an interesting topic for discussion but first you’ll have to make sure you’re not mixing apples and oranges in comparing the Canadian process with the American process. Do some research and then run the whole thing past a securities lawyer to verify that some (or all) of the statements here are true. If

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