Assessing the Value of Distressed Assets

by Dotan Y. Melech New investment in the cannabis industry has slowed due to a combination of stifling regulations, economic uncertainty, lack of access to capital, and restrictive banking options. Nevertheless, skilled investors still can capitalize on opportunities arising from this uncommon convergence of market conditions. While eager players who entered the space…

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CTrust and Green Check Partner to Create Integrated Company Credit Scoring within Green Check’s Cannabis Financial Solutions Marketplace

by CTrust New collaboration augments Green Check’s cannabis financial solutions marketplace with built-in credit scoring for cannabis businesses seeking financial products to support their operations. LAS VEGAS, Nov. 28, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — CTrust, the first credit scoring and monitoring agency for cannabis businesses, announces at MJBizCon a new collaboration with Green Check, the leading…

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CTrust First to Introduce Business Credit Score for Cannabis Investing and Lending

Giadha A. DeCarcer appointed CEO after eight years founding and leading New Frontier Data DALLAS, Nov. 02, 2022 —  After almost a decade of research and development, CTrust introduces the first of its kind cannabis business credit score – Cannabis Trust Score (CTS) – providing a sophisticated, comprehensive and tested formula to assess investment…

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The Next Cannabis Industry Problem To Solve: Credit Ratings

by Robert Hoban Contributor www.forbes.com The cannabis industry and its participants are caught up in a seemingly endless hunt for capital sources. The early days of the commercially regulated cannabis industry witnessed an abundance of equity investment. Often, this came in absurd amounts based on jaw-dropping valuations across the United…

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Limiting the Scope of a Receivership Can Lower Your Costs

Until cannabis is legalized at the federal level, the inability to declare bankruptcy means that a cannabis receivership will remain the best option for distressed cannabis businesses to find relief, return to solvency, or distribute assets to creditors or debtors. But a receivership can be very expensive. The need for analysis and…

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Get cannabis businesses back on track by putting the right models in place.

Financial and Operational Models to Success Cannabis receivership exists in the void created by federal law that prevents distressed cannabis interests from declaring bankruptcy. It is a logical alternative that provides investors and creditors an opportunity to either turn struggling businesses into stable enterprises or retrieve some measure of return before…

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