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A Clear Landscape of Cannabis Investment
October 23, 2016

Based on a survey of the Arcview Investor Network, the cannabis industry’s largest investor group, nearly two-thirds of investors (64%) are interested in investing in ancillary commercial products. This is three times the level of interest in cannabis dispensaries (21%), which are often perceived as the first point of entry into the cannabis industry. Ancillary companies are a popular investment vehicle because they face less regulatory oversight, have lower barriers to entry, and are easier to scale across state markets than companies which touch the plant.

Intriguing data and insights like this 
can be found in our 2016 Cannabis Investor Study!
The 2016 Cannabis Investor Study looks at insights from a survey of members of our partner, the Arcview Investor Network, a private forum for high net worth accredited investors to access, evaluate, and collaborate on cannabis related investment opportunities. The study offers perspectives from these insiders about the major trends within the investor community and how investors view the evolution of the cannabis industry. 

Key insights in this study include:
  • Investors are most interested in the ancillary commercial products followed by edibles and infused products.
  • Nine in ten investors are interested in medical and adult use markets
  • 64% of investors expressed interest in the Canadian market
  • Preferred stock is the favored deal structure for 76% of Arcview Investor Network members, followed by convertible debt at 73%.
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Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
New Frontier's John Kagia, Executive V.P. of Industry Analytics, will be talking about
Federal Law, National Hot Topics:
What’s happening? Markets and measures. Progress and obstacles in banking, investment, taxation, and criminal crackdown.
Moderator: Peter Stavropoulos, Esq., cannabis and investment finance attorney in Upstate and New York, New York
Other Panelists: 
Christian Van Dyck
, Director of Compliance & Audit, cPort Credit Union, Maine
Shea Gunther, Producer and Curator, Marijuana Today and Marijuana Today Daily
Sarah Desormiers, Esq., C.P.A., L.L.M. President, Integrated Tax Consultants, Maine
Garrett Graff, Esq., cannabis attorney at Hoban Law Group, Denver, Colorado
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