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The Arcview Group
Thursday, March 7, 2019
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
Duane Morris LLP
INSIGHTS FROM 20 EXPERT SPEAKERS!
Tegan Adams, New Maple Holdings Ltd.
Elaine Carey, FTI Consulting Inc.
Benjamin Chiarelli, Cellibre LLC
Michael Correia, The National Cannabis Industry Association
Rafael De La Cruz, Universal Brand Ventures LLC
Carlos Dew, Superbad Inc.
Lewis Goldberg, KCSA Strategic Communications
Steven Hawkins, Marijuana Policy Project
Robert Hunt, Linnaea Holdings
Mitchell Kahn, Grassroots Cannabis LLC
Harrison Phillips, Viridian Capital Advisors LLC
Tahira Rehmatullah, Hypur Ventures
Timothy Seymour, Seymour Asset Management
Brian Sheng, Arcview Group LLC
John M. Torrens, Vertical Companies
David Wenger, PurpleRock Cannabis Partners
Last year, the legal cannabis market in North America reached $10 billion and now is predicted to more than double by 2022!
Forward-thinking private equity investors -- often backed by high-net worth individuals and family offices, and sovereign trusts -- have already made their entry into this rapidly evolving market, despite the fact that cannabis is legal for adult use in only ten U.S. states, and legal only for medical use in 32 states -- and currently remains illegal at the U.S. federal level.
Early PE movers in cannabis companies have invested in enterprises that showcase the wide range of opportunities, from companies that are “plant touching” to those that are ancillary to the growth or sale of cannabis, or located in Canada, where cannabis is now fully legal federally and already big business. The industry also is gaining traction in Europe and other foreign countries.
Here are a few examples of high-profile investors who have made a name for themselves in the sector so far --
Meanwhile, mainstream private equity firms are taking a closer look at investment possibilities in cannabis and readying for future moves. Already mainstream giant corporations are staking their claims -- e.g., Marlboro cigarette maker Altria is acquiring a 45% stake in Canadian cannabis producer Cronos Group. Once U.S. federal legalization opens the sector’s doors to institutional investors, it will be a game-changer for the whole industry.
Here Are Three Key Reasons Why You Should Join Us
For now, investors ready to enter the cannabis sector for the first time, and not put off by its high-risk profile, will find ample opportunities.
PE investors can pick among dozens of verticals within the cannabis industry beyond growing, processing or selling the product, including --
Experts say the end of prohibition is inevitable. Looking forward, PE firms will also increasingly need to deal with several major competitive challenges including --
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Register Now to Join Troy Dayton
And More Than 20 Other Experts
Troy Dayton is CEO of The Arcview Group, the first and largest group of investors dedicated to the cannabis sector. Since its founding in 2010, Arcview has helped 1400+ high net worth and institutional investors place more than $235 million behind 200+ cannabis related deals through their Arcview Investor Network. Arcview is also the top publisher of market research, data and analysis in the sector. In 2015, Arcview helped launch a partner business accelerator, CanopyBoulder, and in 2018 Arcview launched the Arcview Venture Fund. Forbes named Arcview among the top 5 financial firms in the sector and Business Insider named the group to their top 12 cannabis venture firms.
Dayton is also chairman of the board of the Marijuana Policy Project and was formerly its chief fundraiser. He is a founding and current board member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and co-founder of Students for Sensible Drug Policy, which is now on over 300 campuses.
Fortune Magazine, Details Magazine, and International Business Times all list Troy in their top 10 lists of the most influential people in the cannabis industry.
Recent Cannabis Industry Deals
This Capital Roundtable conference is the ideal place to expand your network and open up pathways to future deals. The day’s agenda includes ample time to let you --
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We look forward to having you join us on Thursday, March 7, 2019.
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