18 Oct Canada regulators clarify policy for MJ firms with U.S. assets
Posted at 12:36h in Briefs, Canada Marijuana News, Canadian Securities Administrators, Canadian Securities Exchange, Marijuana Stocks & Public Companies, MMJ Business Daily, TMX Group, Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange 0 CommentsAn umbrella organization for Canada’s securities regulators issued new guidelines requiring Canadian companies with marijuana-related activities in the United States to spell out the potential risks for investors. Among other things, company disclosures should note that marijuana remains illegal under U.S. federal law, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) said in a special notice. The notice removes months of uncertainty for investors and paves a path forward for around a dozen of Canada’s approximately 70 publicly listed medical cannabis companies that also do business in the U.S. The rules apply to all publicly-traded domestic companies with ... Canada regulators clarify policy for MJ firms with U.S. assets is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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